Generally, breast milk is stored in the refrigerator and can be stored in refrigeration or frozen.
If breast milk is stored under refrigeration, you can generally heat the milk storage bag or bottle in warm water first, and then pour the breast milk in the milk storage bag or bottle into the feeding bottle to feed your baby.
But if the breast milk is stored frozen, put it in the refrigerator compartment of the refrigerator to thaw before giving it to the baby. The defrosting time in the refrigerator should not exceed 24 hours.
After thawing, put the milk storage bag or bottle into the milk warmer to heat up, pour the breast milk into thebottle warmer, and feed it to the baby. It should be noted that if the thawed breast milk has not been eaten up, it is not suitable to be frozen again.