6 months. In the back of the freezer or in a deep freeze with a consistent temperature, breast milk may remain good for up to 6 months. Avoid placing the milk in the door of the freezer as the temperature will not remain constant.
6 months. Refrigerated milk must be used within 24-48 hours, but properly frozen breast milk can be safely stored for up to 6 months.
10 hours at room temp. 10 hours at room temp 1 week in the refrigerator 3-4 months in freezer (not a mini fridge with freezer inside).
Several hours. Up to 8 hours at room temperature, but I would not suggest waiting that long to use it if you don't have to keep it out. 24 hours if you are using it from the refrigerator.
Breast milk. Breast milk can remain unrefrigerated for 96 hours Up to a week refrigerated.
Depends. Most will see milk come in by 3 days with a regular birth and 4 days with a c section. Better flow is a balance between infant latching/feeding position the supportive factors of rest & maternal nutrition.
See below. I would thaw over night in the refrigerator. Or in warm water, if you need the thawed milk quickly.
Docycycline. The drug is excreated rapidly from breat milk.