I've been putting bags of breastmilk in the freezer all week, and when I took them out to organize them and put them in a container, some were not frozen! They had been in there for days, and were in between bags that had frozen solid, so I know it's not a defect of my freezer. What could be in the milk that's keeping it from freezing? The only thing I could think of that doesn't freeze at 0 degrees F is alcohol, which I have not had. I do have an intra-ductal yeast infection, is it possible that the yeast are fermenting the milk? I've never heard of this. The thought of my baby getting drunk off my milk is ludicrous.
Also, does anyone have any recommendations for thickening breast milk to prevent reflux? My DD's ped recommended this (she actually recommended a thickened formula, which I really don't want to do) for her reflux problems.
Thanks for your help!