Buy breast milk by getting a prescription from a doctor for a milk bank, contacting lactating mothers who are willing to donate milk or finding a lactating friend. Make sure breast milk has been screened for bacteria with advice from the mother of three young children in this free video on baby care and nutrition.
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Hi my name is Erica and we are in Salt Lake City Utah and I am going to talk to you today about how to buy breast milk. Usually when people buy breast milk it is due to adoption and surrogacy issues and stuff like that or the mother cannot produce the milk so what you need to do first is actually get yourself a prescription from your doctor saying that you need to get breast milk from a milk bank. After you get permission from the milk bank the milk bank prescreens and tests the best milk for any bacteria since it is already prescreened so that it is healthy for the baby and the mothers are prescreened also to make sure that the mother is healthy and that you are getting good breast milk. There are plenty of wet nurses that you can get in contact with. Those are women that are actually lactating mothers that you can get breast milk donated from and if you have any other questions you can call the La Lache League or look them up on the internet if you have any more questions or to find someone near you that is a nursing mother that is willing to donate their breast milk. You can also find someone that you know personally or someone that is not technically a part of the milk bank but they can also be prescreened and they will find a perfect match for the breast milk for a specific baby.