For nine months you treated your body not just as your temple, but as a haven for your baby. Now that that's up, you may feel in need of a little TLC in the form of a glass of vino over dinner, or even a Sunday brunch mimosa with the girls. The kicker is, you're still breast feeding. With the Milkscreen, that doesn't have to be an issue anymore.
The two-minute home (or restaurant) test lets you monitor the alcohol concentrated in your breast milk, so you can safely assess if it's OK to feed your little one without risking any alcohol-related damage.
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