How Long Can You Store Breast Milk for?

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Breast milk can be stored in a refrigerator for three to five days and can be frozen for three to six months. Under normal circumstances formula or processed milk spoil due to invasion of bacteria but because breast milk consist of antibodies that kill bacteria it may take long before it spoils.
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Congratulations on the new bundle of joy. Cherish each moment because they grow way too fast! The best way to store breast milk is to have airtight and clean containers for the milk
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Store your freshly pumped or hand-expressed breast milk in a clean, sealed container. OUTSIDE THE REFRIGERATOR, pumped or expressed milk will keep for 4 HOURS if it is cooler than
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1 Use glass or plastic jars. [1] Either glass or hard plastic jars are fine to use, as long as they have lids that can be tightly closed. Consider sanitizing these items before use
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Drink it.
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