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    Default breast milk thawing question- need help!

    i need help! i pulled 150 ml of frozen expressed breast milk to thaw saturday. I put it in a hot tap water bowl at 2:15 and then left the house in a hurry (forgot about milk) got home at 5:30 milk coldish, water room temp..i put in fridge right away...is this ok to use?

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    I'd say it's fine. Using just tap water to heat it and that much volume of frozen solid milk would take awhile to completely thaw anyway. And as you mentioned it was still fairly cold.

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    Yup. It can be left at room temperature for 6 hours so I would totally keep it.

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