In February 2010 I was frustrated that my 5 month old daughter wouldn’t take a bottle. Then I smelled it. Something was wrong with my breast milk. After some online research I discovered that I have excess lipase activity in my breastmilk.
I was devastated and heartbroken over the 575 oz of frozen breast milk that my daughter would never drink. I turned to my blog to vent my frustrations and pass along what I’ve learned. I had no idea how many women I would end up reaching through these posts.
Everyday when I see hits on my lipase posts, I am reminded that I am not alone in my struggle with excess lipase activity. This page has been created to support other excess lipase activity women. Below is an up to date list of all my posts on excess lipase activity.
I have some big news! I’ve been working on an eBook all about excess lipase activity in breast milk. The book is written by a mom, for moms! I’ve updated all the information I have previously published on my site, talked to several breastfeeding experts, and added tons of useful information. I plan to release the book later this year. Sign up below to be notified when the book is ready.
I would love to hear your story. If you are an excess lipase activity mom feel free to leave a comment on this page sharing your journey. You never know who you’ll touch by sharing your story!
What to read more? Here are more posts you might find interesting or helpful:
Why I Support Nursing in Public
Breastfeeding Struggles & Postpartum Depression: Could your thyroid be to blame?
3 Tips for the Exclusively Breast Pumping Mom
I’m Scared to Have 2 Kids
My Birth Story in Honor of Labor Day
What the World Needs to Know About Pregnant Women
One Thing Every Breastfeeding Mom Needs
Why I Don’t Use Cloth Diapers
10 Tips for Making Baby Food
Losing that “Good Mom” Feeling
Disclosure: I am not a medical professional. I am simply a mom who has walked this journey. It is best to consult with a doctor or lacation consultant before making any decisions on how to handle your lipase issues. This is what worked for me, but it may not be what is best for you and your baby.