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You can add freshly expressed breast milk to refrigerated or frozen milk you expressed earlier in the same day.
However, thoroughly cool the freshly expressed breast milk in the refrigerator or a cooler with ice packs before adding it to previously chilled or frozen milk.
(2) Most HIV-exposed babies are born in places where breastfeeding is the cultural norm and where formula-feeding is particularly unwelcome, unnatural and stigmatising.
(3) Current World Health Organization guidance on HIV and infant feeding is clear that for most mothers in most countries, exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months, followed by continued partial breastfeeding for at least the first year of life will enhance HIV-free child survival.
Some parts of the milk might be too hot, and others cold.
Some research suggests that rapid heating can affect the milk's antibodies.
Place the containers in the back of the refrigerator or freezer, where the temperature is the coolest.
If you don't have access to a refrigerator or freezer, store the milk temporarily in an insulated cooler.
Breast milk expands as it freezes, so don't fill containers to the brim.Consider these do's and don'ts for breast milk storage.Before expressing or handling breast milk, wash your hands with soap and water.Fill individual containers with the milk your baby will need for one feeding.You might start with 2 to 4 ounces (59 to 118 milliliters), and then adjust as needed.
(4) In other words, recent research suggests that formula-feeding is more risky than breastfeeding with HIV.