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    Default When do you stop sterilising bottles?

    For formula feeding, when do you stop sterilising bottles? Did your bub have any issues when you stop?

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    Default When do you stop sterilising bottles?

    8 months. No difference once I stopped except my life was much easier. Next time I'd probably stop at 4 months.

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    I stopped at 4 months when I put DD on solids. I figured I wasn't sterilizing bowls and spoons so why bother with bottle? Bub was fine!

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