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A California mother with a medical condition that causes her to produce copious amounts of breast milk has given away nearly 1,000 pints to moms who have trouble feeding their babies. Tabitha Frost, 29, has hyperlactation syndrome, a rare occurrence that results in over three times more breast milk than normal.
A selfless mom has donated almost 500 quarts of breast milk to help other women feed their babies. Tabitha Frost, 29, has hyperlactation syndrome, a rare condition which means she produces three times more milk than average.
When Tabitha Frost learned she was overproducing breast milk, she wanted to use her surplus to help other mothers. The mother of three has since pumped and gifted an impressive 15,000 ounces, more than 117 gallons. “I’m happy to help,” Frost, a blogger from Carlsbad, California, told “Good Morning America.”
A mother with a rare condition which means she produces excess breast milk has donated nearly 1,000 pints of it to help other families. While some mothers struggle to produce any breast milk at all, Tabitha Frost has hyperlactation syndrome, which means she produces three times more milk than average.