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    Baby not Eating
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    mommyyummy posted:
    I have a 4 month old girl who will only drink 11-14 oz of formula from a bottle. We tried several nipples to no avail. She is falling of the chart and my doctor is getting worried.

    I found a good site for information www.childrenandbabiesnoteating.com

    Not sure what to do....

    Maria
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    moonrise9 responded:
    My baby is breastfed and hated bottles but we need her to take one when I return to work soon. We tried many different kinds. The one she likes best is Playtex Drop-Ins, the latex nipples. I would keep trying different bottles and nipples until you find one that clicks. Good luck!


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