This Woman Produces 1.75 Gallons of Breast Milk…A DAY
This woman is a mass milk producer.
January 25, 2018
Elisabeth has hyperlactation syndrome, which means she is a mass producer of breast milk. She creates 1.75 gallons of breast milk a day! Not everyone can produce enough milk to feed their baby, which is why Elisabeth has donated over 700 gallons, more than TWICE the world record. Unfortunately, it's not all that fun. For the past 3 years, Elisabeth has been woken up every morning by her tender breasts begging her to do something. Therefore, she pumps. But that being said, Elisabeth is happy she has something that can help other women.
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