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    Dr. Brown's Bottles..

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    If you use them did you really notice a difference with your baby? Someone suggested them to me.



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    I used them for a short time with my ds since he had a lot of colic issues w hen he was younger. But they were so hard to keep clean, the little parts , stuff gets stuck on there, and very hard to remove, even if you wash them all the time. and they are uber expensive, I just couldnt see investing in them. After awhile I switched to avent, which I like a lot better, they are a little cheaper, and easier to clean, and they really help with the colic, and air bubble issues.
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    We used them for Lyric. She stopped spitting up as much. I loved the wide necked ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rain. View Post
    We used them for Lyric. She stopped spitting up as much. I loved the wide necked ones.
    that's awesome to know because that's the issue we're having.



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    Yes. Yes. YES!

    They are amazing and made SUCH a difference.
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    We hated them. They were too narrow and didn't make a difference for DD. I have heard people who love them though, so I think it's just preference.
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    we hated them. way to much to clean, and emilynn didnt stop spitting up.
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    I LOVE THEM!!!
    Someone recommended them to me too. Georgia didn't have issues with spitting up but I hated how much air she was getting and that made her gassy. I don't find them difficult to clean at all. It's really only a couple of extra parts.

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    we use them exclusively!

    we tried an avent at first, and she threw up everything. since then we've only used dr. browns. there are a bunch of parts, but as long as you have a bottle brush, nipple brush, and the little brush that comes with it, i don't think it's a big deal to clean.
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    we use them. I love them. It takes a lot to keep them clean but DD was such a hard sucker, she couldn't get anything out of the others and would collapse the nipple. These are great and she doesn't spit up a whole lot anymore.
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