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Stop feeding during night...

Kalai Vani
1 to 3 years

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Updated on Feb 28, 2017

my daughter is 1 year 3 months old... I am trying to stop feeding during night... but could not stop... she refuses milk/water in bottle as alternate and cries very badly for breast feeding.... please suggest me some ways to stop.... finding very hard to stop. she doesn't sleep until I feed her :(

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Jagruti Patil

| Feb 28, 2017

my problem is somewhat similar but i dnt breast feed as my supply was very less from the beginning but i bottle feed him at night. my son drinks near abt 500 ml milk during sleep at night in intervals... for how long he is going to continue i really wonder... if anyone has answer to this, pls reply

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Kalai Vani

| Feb 28, 2017

Thank you all for your suggestions...

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Elizabeth Chandy

| Feb 28, 2017

Also give her good solids st night like ragi so dat she is full... children at this age do comfort feeding rather dan hunget

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Elizabeth Chandy

| Feb 28, 2017

pat her to sleep.... when she wakes up.. also ask your husband to comfort her when she wakes up.. pick her up and walk so that she is put into sleep ..u can stop night feeding like that... its high time to stop night feeding cos she is 15 months also if she gets the required nutrition through out the day then she wont need a night feed...

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Dr Sweta Singh

| Feb 28, 2017

u first stop feeding at day time, then slowly stop at night. feed her and at 8:30 pm then give her milk at 9:30 just before going to bed. this will keep her tummy full and she can sleep at stretch for 3-4 hrs. she is too small now so don't stop feeding completely so sudden. this process will require a lot of Patience and time.

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venya

| Feb 28, 2017

its best to feed atleast 18 months... dats my doc suggestion.. if u want to stop then giv feeding only night and stop in the morning for a week... then slowly keep something sour on ur nipples... so that she tastes and leave it... i kept zandubalm ..dats bizzare but my kid never after asked for feeding... u can keep neem juice or some thing sour or bitter... but first thing let her get used to bottle in the morning then try nights...

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