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Has anyone ever used disposable bottle liners, which are supposed to collapse as baby feeds, minimising air swallowing? Do they work and where can I find them?
I have read about them in baby books but as yet have been unable to find who sells them.
I have never heard of them. I know of the bags you put breastmilk into then put into a bottle they wouldn't be the same thing would they?
nup...they sit in the bottom of the bottle, or something like that. I have never seen them tho, only read about them.
Maybe the books i read about them in were published overseas. They are mentioned in 'What to expect in the First Year' which I think was originally published in USA
Avent have them. The bottle is a hollow and you put a bag over the rim and fill with milk, tap it down so air escapes and put the seal and teat(blue tinted Avent teats) and heat in water, not micro.Then just chuck out the bag and sterilise the teat. You can find them in good chemists. Its the Avent disposible system. They are the same bags mentioned above to use with Avent breast pump.I have been using them when i go out for the last 6 years.
HTH Cheers Jen
try that link
thankyou...will give them a go
my cousin had bad colic and my aunty swore by those bottles. good luck :D
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