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One Mom Used Her Rare Disorder To Donate 70,000 Ounces Of Breast Milk, But Someone Thought That Wasn't Enough

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She pumps more than a gallon of breast milk in a day, but this mother of two isn't complaining, in fact, she calls it a 'labor of love.'

Elisabeth Keturah Anderson-Sierra has a rare condition which causes her to produce an oversupply of breast milk.

Known as hyperlactation syndrome, it causes an overabundance of milk. The mother's milk supply also comes out fast and forcibly, making it difficult for the baby to nurse well.

After the birth of her second daughter, Anderson-Sierra was told that she had hyperlactation syndrome. Rather than waste all the extra milk, she decided to do something incredible...

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