Hello, opinions on this vary, especially from lactation consultants, who strictly reject dummies whilst breastfeeding, but in my own experience, if you have the right breastfeeding technique, your daughter’s doing well and she holds onto the breast well, it is not a problem to give your daughter a dummy if she wants. It may be that some children do not want a dummy, then it is necessary to try repeatedly and, if necessary, to replace it with a dummy from other brands. Giving a dummy usually doesn’t mean that your daughter will start to refuse to breastfeed.Reply by: Doctor
Good evening, I want to ask if there is a risk if I do not have a new Nanny breathing monitor, but one borrowed from a friend who had one child? I don't want to have any regrets. Thank you. Show moreFrom: Mom
Hello, I'm choosing a mattress for a cot and I want to check how to find out if it will also be suitable for using Nanny. I know that you offer mattresses tested with Nanny, but both are made of polyurethane and, based on experience and discussions, I’d choose coconut fibre, or a combination of coconut-foam or coconut-buckwheat. They are said to be more suitable in terms of strength, mites and quality. Will Nanny work with this type of mattress? Show moreFrom: Mom
I'd like to make sure just how sensitive the breathing monitor is. It is placed under the mattress, we have a waterproof pad on the mattress, a cot wedge, a sheet, a baby nest and he is wrapped in swaddling. Is the monitor sensitive enough to detect things through so many layers? Thank you for your answer. Show moreFrom: Mom
Hello, we use your Nanny. Our 24 day-old son sleeps best on his stomach. Is it safe to put him on his tummy when we use Nanny? It is always recommended not to put a baby on the tummy due to SIDS. Thank you GB. Show moreFrom: Mom
Hello, I have a two-month-old girl, she’s doing really well, I breastfeed, we have a little problem with farts but I want to ask about something else. Every night before she falls asleep, she always almost drops off, and then her eyes open wide and she begins to twitch and breathe in fits and wave her hands and her eyes flit around the room, like a little nutter. This has repeated 6 times in a row. Is it possible that this is a sign of a neurological problem? It doesn’t seem completely normal to me prior to sleeping and I’ve tried not overtaxing her during the day so that she doesn’t have a heavy head in the evening, etc ... and it’s the same every night, as though she’s gone mad :( We’ve tried giving her Baby Calm drops, but to no avail :/ Thank you for your help. Show moreFrom: Mom
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A dummy during breastfeeding?
Hello, I now have a 3-week-old daughter, born at term, gaining weight well, breastfeeding fully. However, for the last few days, she wants to be on the breast nonstop. As soon as I put her aside, she sleeps for a while, but then she wakes up and nothing calms her except breastfeeding, so I sometimes even breastfeed every hour, day and night. I’m starting to get very tired. I’d like to ask if I can give her a dummy? Will it affect breastfeeding?