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Expressing and storing breast milk

Expressing milk means squeezing milk out of your breast so that you can store it and feed it to your baby at a later time.

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Increasing your breast milk supply

Find out what causes low breast milk supply, what is normal and how to boost breast milk production.

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Donor breast milk and milk banks

If it is not possible to breastfeed a baby because they are premature, sick or born via surrogacy or to same-sex parents, human donor milk is a great alternative.

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Expressing breast milk - Ngala

There are many reasons why mothers may want to express their breast milk

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Donating your breast milk

Some mothers have difficulty producing enough breast milk while others produce more milk than their own baby needs.

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Breast milk expressing - MyDr.com.au

There are a number of reasons why a breast feeding mother might wish to express milk rather than feeding the baby directly from the breast.

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Expressing and storing breast milk

This page includes information about expressing, storing, cleaning equipment, transporting and preparing expressed breastmilk for your baby.

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Donors | Australian Red Cross Lifeblood Milk

Consider donating your breast milk to our Milk Bank. This is a chance for you to be part of our mission to help thousands of vulnerable premature babies by giving them access to donated breast milk.

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Parents of Premature Babies | Australian Red Cross Lifeblood Milk

Australian Red Cross Lifeblood Milk collects, tests and distributes donated breast milk to help premature babies. Find out if Lifeblood donated breast milk can help your family.

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Breastfeeding - Ngala

Breast milk is the perfect food for your babys growth, development and immunity

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