Wed 6 Feb, 2013 11:06 pm
When your baby feeds from a bottle, he's more likely to suck in air than with breastfeeding. If you use a bottle that traps a lot of air inside, your baby may suck in more air than usual. Too much air in your baby's sensitive digestive tract can cause gas, pain and fussiness. If you take steps to reduce the amount of air your baby takes in during feedings, you can greatly increase his comfort and reduce gas-related fussiness, which will make you and your baby happier. Choose a bottle specially designed to minimize air flow. Try a few different bottles with features such as air-reduction vents or air-minimizing shapes until you find one that works best.
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