Remove Milkscreen Breastfeeding Assessment Test from store Shelves.

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Cathy Coryell
8 years ago
Pumping breastmilk is not an a measurement of what a mom can produce for a baby that directly breasfeeds skin to skin. This is a false product and lies to moms who are naive.

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Nikita Harding
9 years ago
I quit breastfeeding my daughter die to miss information that if I'm not pumping "x" amount that my baby is not getting enough. After learning that's not correct I was very upset and I don't think any mother needs go thru that!

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Maureen Holloway
9 years ago
To sell a product that creates anxiety is unethical in my opinion. We would all benefit from measuring food less and depending on appetite! We do not know how much is enough!

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Christina Mclamb
9 years ago
Making money tricking unsure mothers into thinking they can't produce enough for their babies and in turn get more money when they buy formula.

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Megan Brightwell
9 years ago
The only way to accurately test if a baby is getting enough milk is to weigh him before and after he nurses. This can be done with a handheld scale and cloth sling as my midwives did. Target could sell that as a test. But a pump and measure test is damaging to infants health if it I inaccurately scares a mother into stopping to nourish her baby with breast milk

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Monika Szymczak
9 years ago
My baby thrived on breast milk, with above average weight gain, even though I could never pump well. This test is horribly misleading, it should be banned!

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Brittany Roberts
9 years ago
I am signing this because as a mother who breast fed for 17 months, I know first hand that pumping is NOT an accurate measurement of how much milk your baby is getting! I could never pump enough, but when my baby nursed I knew she was getting what she needed. Women's bodies were made to produce enough for their babies, naturally! Stop scaring mothers out of breast feeding!

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Meghan Ewers
9 years ago
This product will do nothing but increase anxiety inexperienced breastfeeding women have regarding their milk production. It is a senseless attempt to make money on poor, defenseless, unsupported women.

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Anna Weil
9 years ago
Pumping does not accurately indicate how much milk is being produced - wet/dirty diapers and weight gain are better indicators. This product may unnecessarily worry new mothers who are uneducated and lead to increased formula feeding because of the fear of low milk production.

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Laura Griffiths
9 years ago
SUPPORT breast feeding mothers