About this item
UpSpring's Milkscreen home test detects alcohol in breast milk. Milkscreen allows moms to enjoy the occasional or celebratory drink without the worry of passing alcohol on to baby. To use the test, simply saturate test pad with milk and then read results 2 minutes. Fast, accurate results to tell mom when best to breastfeed after consuming alcohol. Trusted by millions of moms for over 10 years. Pediatrician and lactation consultant recommended.
Product Warning: Adult Use Only
Tests For: Alcohol
Results Timing: 2 minutes
Test Substance: Breastmilk
Results Indication: Color Indicator Strip
Package Quantity: 5
Item Number (DPCI): 245-03-0981
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Most recent reviews
I am very excited to try this product!
5 out of 5 stars
BrittanyO — 2 years ago
I have not given birth yet but I am very excited to be able to have that long awaited drink and not have to worry about giving my baby any of the alcohol.see moreof the reviewer's review
Easy to use
4 out of 5 stars
Amanda S. — 4 years ago
This was pleasantly easy to use: just open the package and put a drop or two of breastmilk on the pad. The test indicated that I was fine to breastfeed, but it's hard to feel 100% sure. Be sure to use common sense, too.see moreof the reviewer's review