So, I've read that thrush milk shouldn't be stored (or it can be stored for the ultimate emergency).
I'm in the middle of an epic battle with thrush (I think it started immediately post-partum 12 weeks ago -I just didn't know any better)... and I have a TON of BM in the deep freeze.
So, my problem is that I have scalded every single packet of frozen milk. I scald it for lipase issues, and I take it up to 160 degrees. Everything that I've read about thrush says to wash items in hot water, more than 120 degrees. Does this mean that my milk is safe? Is reaching 120 degrees enough to kill the candida yeast?
Also, could this be a solution for people who are struggling with thrush but don't want to dump their precious milk?
Anyone have any ideas on this?