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.

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If using disposable bags, ensure that these have been designed specifically for storing breast milk. Whichever method you use, ensure that you label the container with date and time of expression and always use the oldest milk first.

* Storage at room temperature (68F, 20C max) Freshly expressed breast milk can be kept at room temperature for a maximum of 6 hours (The Breast Feeding Network).

3) You can freeze your milk and keep it frozen for up to 3 months in a normal freezer, 6 in a deep chest freezer. The engorgement will go within a few days but if you keep expressing after every feed it won't -you'll keep making more milk than baby needs.

You will naturally feel less engorged soon anyway - the engorgement comes as your milk comes in and does pass so you do not have to keep expressing unless you want to build up a supply of bottles for other people to give to baby.

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Where there is no drawer available, store in the lowest part of the fridge towards the back.

* Storage in a freezer/deep freeze* *These guidelines DO NOT refer to the small freezer compartment within a standard refrigerator.

Breast milk can either be stored in purpose-made bottles or bags.