My daughter had super bad reflux & colic & i tried every different bottle, along with gripe water, milax or milacon whatever it's called. I tried everything! Dr. Brown bottles were the first thing to help! I saved them & plan on using them for this pregnancy too! I especially liked the glass Dr. Brown bottles, but these bottles are in the more expensive side.
My friend, mother of 4 tells me glass bottles are best and they also contract less germs. Just more expensive and easily breakable. I plan on breastfeeding but will use them for when im not around to, eg (pump)
Dr. Browns worked the best for me. I thought my daughter was having problems with formula so I was trying all different kinds but after doing some research realized it might have been the bottles. So glad I purchased Dr. Browns! I was in a panic too because it was right as I was getting ready to go back to work and put her in daycare. They are really phenomenal for keeping gas bubbles out of babies bellies!
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