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I agree, and so does my wife. The issue for us and a lot of women that go unreported is that she had a double vasectomy from breast cancer in her early 20s. When we had our one, and only daughter, it was really hard to find donated breastmilk. There are very few organizations out there to help in situations like we were in. We were lucky in that one of her prenatal doctors was able to donate to her own breastmilk for about a two month supply. After that, reaching out to the very few organizations mostly lead to having to pay for it, and it was very expensive. I remember vividly, my wife, crying because people would make a comment to her making a formula bottle while out in public saying something to the effect of Warren. She’s breast-feeding. Your baby looks way too young to take formula. It was really hard on her, and she was made to believe that she was not a good mother by some people. Anyways, I thought I would share just in case anyone else is going through the same thing or might have to in the future.

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