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Reducing BM dependency.

Avani
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Updated on Apr 16, 2016

I hv 6mnth old son. We hv strted givin him fruits n veggies. Bt still he isnt satisfied till he gets BM even after having food. Also, he dsnt fall asleep till he breastfeed. I need to get bk to wrk in nxt two mnths! Any suggestion to help me reducing my dependency during day tym will b of great help.

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Avani

| Apr 17, 2016

Priyanka, i will surely try dat! Thnk u fr d suggestion!

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Tejal Singh

| Apr 16, 2016

Hi Priyanka, u r absolutely right. My kid cry like anything just for two min bm for sleep. One day I tried to avoid him but he didn't slept and finally I gave up. Sleep= bm for him. He don't take bottle also. :'(

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Priyanka

| Apr 16, 2016

Avni have you tried natural nipple for bottle feeding. My baby rejected that too.. May b your baby take natural nipple bottle.. You can try philips avent/ mr brown/ me me.

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Avani

| Apr 16, 2016

Thank u sanshrita n priyanka. I tried bottle but he dsnt tke it. He needs me only whenevr he wants to sleep. Tejal, toughest part is to c dem crying fr u. He keeps on lookin at me wenevr he needs BM. All d vry best n do lemme knw wat hv u dne to reduce it.

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Tejal Singh

| Apr 16, 2016

Avani I thought I am the only one dealing with this issue. You still have two months, so all rhe best but my office starting this Monday. :(

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Priyanka

| Apr 16, 2016

My baby is 8 months old. He eats everthing but in small quantity. He is dependent on BM completely specially when he felt sleepy. There is not any way to reduce dependency except feeding bottle if you baby is comfortabl with bottle.

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Sanshrita Bhoil

| Apr 16, 2016

Hello... It takes its own sweet time.. To be very honest... I have a 9month old daughter and she too takes BM to sleep irrespective of the fact that she has had food recently... I think it's more of a reflex , a soothing thing for them than the milk requirement... I did try giving milk by bottle to her but she never accepted it.. U cud try the bottle if ur son takes it.. That way someone can give him milk thru bottle in ur absence ... All the best...

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