Can The Rest Of The Milk In The Pacifier Be Given Back?
Good afternoon, my baby has been breastfeeding for 3 weeks, so my breast milk nyq, I put the pacifier pump, is the remaining milk in the pacifier that has been drunk can I drink again several times?
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Breast milk (ASIP) is indeed a solution for various obstacles faced by nursing mothers, such as working mothers, too much milk coming out, babies who do not want to breastfeed directly to the breast, and the position of the mother is too far from the baby for example if the mother is hospitalized.
In storing dairy milk, it is important to note that the age of dairy milk varies depending on temperature or storage. If stored at room temperature or 25 degrees Celsius, breast milk can only last 6 hours. If stored in a cooler with an ice bag, it can last 24 hours or a day. If placed in the refrigerator with a minimum temperature of 4 degrees Celsius, it can last up to 5 days. And if it is frozen at a temperature of -18 degrees, it can last for up to 6 months.
Noteworthy is that when milk has been thawed, it should not be stored or frozen again. It should not be shaken and the temperature should not be raised too quickly, for example put in a pot of boiling water when it is released from the freezer. Regarding your question, as long as it is not cooled down or stored again, you can still drink it. But if you have saved it again like we said before, then you can't. For example, suppose that ASI is stored at room temperature, meaning its age is around 6 hours. In 6 hours, may be taken several times. But after 6 hours if there is still left over, it should be discarded. Or after 4 hours, because you don't want to drink it anymore, then keep it in the fridge, you can't. That's all, hopefully answering your question.