Ensure that you date and label the bottles after use.

Also, do not fill past the top scale of the bottle in order to allow for expansion of the milk.

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If you intend to freeze unused breast milk, freezing should take place within 24 hours of expressing.

The Breast Feeding Network (BFN) advocates that breast milk can be stored for up to six months in a freezer that has a constant temperature of -18C or lower.

Hi there, The current storage guidlines are a little different that what previous poster mentioned.... i can express an ouce at 1pm and put it in the fridge then express another ounce at 4pm and put in fridge , say an hour later after both same temp i can mix into one pot then straight into the freezer ????????? thanks just want to get it right I've mixed and frozen milk up to 24hrs after it was expressed, wihthout any problems.

Room temp 6 hours Fridge 5-10o C 3 days Fridge 0-4o C 8 days Freezer -18o C or lower 6 months Gently swirl milk rather than shake as it is a live fluid so anything we do to it affects it, milk direct from fridge is better than froozen for the same reason so if your using it within days then better off not freezing it. REmemeber, it can stay in the fridge for up to 8 days so one day in the fridge before freezing won't harm if you're trying to freeze enough for a while feed at once.

Breast milk can be stored in a fridge with a temperature of between 5-10C for up to 3 days. Use a fridge thermometer to check the temperature of your fridge regularly.

Your milk should not be stored in the door of a fridge as the temperature of the expressed breast milk will fluctuate as the fridge door is opened.

i was wanting to know i have a week old baby and im expressing due to engourgment, i can express about an extra once per feed, my questions are ;- 1 - can i add milk into one bottle from different feeds 2 - does this need to be kept refridgerated 3 - can i then freeze it all at the end of the day many thanks hi congratulations on the new baby 1) You can add your expressed milk together.

BUT put both milk containers in the fridge first so they are the same temperature when you add them, once the milk in both is cooled you can then add together.

2) Keep your milk in the top back of your fridge becasue this is the coldest part - you can keep it in the fridge for up to 48 hours - it will separate out into layers so dont worry if it looks funny just give it a shake and it will remix.