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    storing n thawing bm

    i store my bm in medela bottles and put them in the fridge maybe for 10 hours, is that ok? i suppose the BPA leeches out in high temp, wt abt in low temp?

    i also freeze bm in milk bags, when i thaw them i put them in the bottle warmer and them when it is half thawed i pour the whole thing into the avent bottles and warm it. Heard that should avoid heating liquid in pvc bags, so can i just thaw it under running tap or can i leave them in the fridge the nite b4 and let them thaw for use for the next day.

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    Have a read through Sarah's reply on this thread:

    http://www.geobaby.com/forum/showthr...271#post847271

    You can keep BM in the fridge for 7 days. I would keep it for 10-12hrs and then freeze it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nikimom View Post
    i store my bm in medela bottles and put them in the fridge maybe for 10 hours, is that ok? i suppose the BPA leeches out in high temp, wt abt in low temp?
    There is no BPA in medela bottles.

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