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by Sam Everingham


Posted on 2020-01-15 at 00:37:38


Breast Milk Donation, Induced Lactation and Formula feeding

Despite the mantra ‘Breast is best’, most infants via surrogacy rely solely on infant formula. But there are a number of supplementary options. Your surrogate may be comfortable expressing breast milk. Many women have excess breast milk they donate via informal networks. Intending mothers can take medication to induce lactation. Provides insights into the pros and cons of all these and the data around infant outcomes.

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