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Long story short- I had to borrow some BM from a friend and it came to me frozen. When I un-thawed it, it was kind of yellow. More yellow than mine ever was. Is it still ok to give it to ds? TIA
 

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ok good, i was a little weird about it- but cool, thanks<img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/winky.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="Wink">
 

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Is your friend's babe, by chance, younger than yours? My milk was much more yellow...almost orange from all the colostrum at the beginning and then got paler as time went on.
 

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mine is always more yellow if i pump within a few hours of taking a b-vitamin. (and my pee is bright yellow too) freaked me out at first but read up on it and it's totally normal. if that's what's causing it, b-vitamin will just pass through the baby, if unused, as it does through an adult. so it's possible your baby's pee will be a little brighter yellow too. nothing to worry about.
 
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