Dot Can Stop breastfeeding

A study published in the journal Pediatrics concluded that babies who are given pacifiers and formula milk within a few days after birth had a 50% higher likelihood for is no longer exclusively breastfed one month later.

According to researchers from the University of Rochester, New York, is still unclear the reason why it happened. Is it because of the baby having nipple confusion? pacifiers and bottles due or because the mother of the babies has decreased in the amount of breast milk.

Among babies who need formula there are also differences between those who drink through bottles and glasses. Apparently, being fed through a glass less likely to quit are breastfed. This may be because milk bottles could provide a better formula so that the babies were being fed.

Dot it can cause many problems. Prolonged pacifier use was suspected to cause disruption in the growth and development of normal teeth. In addition, the incidence of ear infections also appeared to increase.

Although studies involving more than 700 babies have not answered exactly why it happens, let’s try to stop the culture of giving pacifiers and milk bottles in the time that is too early.

There are many roads to stop the beloved baby cry otherwise than with dot. Voice and gentle loving caress you provide certainly can calm her.