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    I had the same thing happen when bubs was that age. The only time I could feed her was if she was asleep, otherwise she would scream like crazy. It lasted a week. I got rid of the dummy and that seemed to help, but I think it was her just being fussy. I didn't want to bottle feed her as I worried that it would be all she would take after a while. We haven't had any trouble since.

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    More water?! Lol I struggle with one litre. But milk supply is alot better, still not leaking but at least I can make a bottle & a half.

    Thanks everyone, I'll take into consideration everything you have said :-) fx!


 

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