I am a post bacc student seeking donors with high lipase in their breastmilk for a research study to determine the molecular concentrations of the enzyme in affected milk. As well, I am seeking an alternative method for treating affected milk which would not require scalding the milk.
I, myself, was affected by having high lipase levels in my breastmillk when I was nursing my son. While there seems to be a large number of women affected, there is very little scientifically-based research on the subject. If you are willing to participate through donation, please respond. I will ensure that your privacy is protected.
Please refer anyone who may be interested.
Same here. I had a lipase problem with my daughter, and am expecting another baby quite soon.
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