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Milkscreen: Home Test to Detect Alcohol in Breast Milk 8 Pack
UpSpring Baby Milkscreen Home Test
Milkscreen home test for alcohol in breast milk. Fast accurate results in 2 minutes.
Why You'll Love It: UpSpring Baby Milkscreen Home Test is specially formulated to deliver results in about 2 minutes.
- Pediatrician-recommended and approved by lactation consultants
- Delivers fast and easy-to-read results
Includes: 8 packs
Every woman metabolizes alcohol differently so milkscreen™ allows Mom to relax and remove the guesswork
Milkscreen™ measures the amount of alcohol in the breast milk to help ensure that there are no negative impacts on Baby
Fast and easy-to-read results
Pediatrician recommended and Lactation Consultant approved
Created to extend the life of breast feeding
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23 of 25 found the following review helpful:
Works great/fastDec 13, 2007
By S. Coffey
Product worked fast, and seemed accurate based on the 4 bottles that I tested (two I suspected had alcohol, the other not). My husband accidently mixed a clean bottle with a potentially contaminated one, and the strips even picked up the alcohol in the mixed one. Gives a mother peace of mind. Seems a little pricey for what you get (I bet it costs pennies to make these), but I still like them. That's the only reason for 4 stars instead of 5.
15 of 17 found the following review helpful:
do what they're supposed toDec 09, 2009
"Engineer & Mommy"
I originally thought these strips would work more like litmus paper - you know, a different color for the degree of alcohol in my breastmilk. Guess I didn't really look at the description thoroughly, but not surprising in my sleep deprived state due to my newborn. If you're not dipping the strip directly into milk, it's a little tricky to saturate the pad on the test strip, but once you get the hang of it, these work as advertised. As a heads up, the color can take longer to develop if you don't fully saturate the pad.
26 of 35 found the following review helpful:
Pricey but worth it for peace of mindNov 22, 2012
By Lucky Eureka
Like other reviewers have said, I wish there was an intensity color range to indicate the level of alcohol in the milk. No, I don't want to subject my child to even low amounts of alcohol, but I feel this would help mothers understand how quickly the body metabolizes the alcohol before it's safe to breastfeed. If a mother saw a "low" color indicator, she'd know it'd soon be safe to breast feed again vs. a "strong" color indicator which would tell her that she still had quite some time before she could safely feed her child. Otherwise, these strips are really pricey for what they are -- but in the end worth it for peace of mind and child safety.
Tip: cut each strip in half with scissors before use to double the number of test strips. They are small to begin with, but this works.
8 of 10 found the following review helpful:
They work!Sep 26, 2011
I got these for my best friend. We had some Prosecco after her baby's baptism (she had about three glasses with cheese and fruit) it turned light brown, so she pumped and dumped and her next "batch" was clear! No drunk catholic baby.
2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
Love itNov 29, 2012
By Tara McHugh
Super easy to use and works in minutes.
i don't want to write 12 more words, but it is required
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