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Breastfeeding / High Lipase help?

Discussion in 'Pregnancy' started by tirstyy, Sep 12, 2019.

  1. tirstyy

    tirstyy Type 1 · Member

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    I'm currently breastfeeding my wee girl (she is 12 weeks tomorrow). I was hoping to express milk for days I might need my mum to babysit and for when I go back to work but, unless the milk was expressed that day, my daughter refuses it.

    I was reading about high lipase and how it is related to the pancreas...I believe my milk may have high lipase (possibly linked to T1D but can't find evidence online)

    Has anyone else experienced this? Any advice? Thanks in advance!
     
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