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    Default Co-sleeping increases SIDS risk five-fold

    http://globalnews.ca/news/579535/stu...-infant-death/

    Interesting new study - I personally don't bed share but I have no problem with those that do.
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    Well bed-sharing might increase the risk of a baby being rolled on or suffocated, but that's not SIDS.

    I would also argue that Japan has very high % bed sharing, very low SIDS rate.

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    Leduc says more known risks include putting a baby in any other position than their back when sleeping, smoking, use of alcohol, use of drugs or the use of formula bottle feeding.

    Did she/he seriously just put formula feeding in with the likes of alcohol and drugs! Wtf !!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelly8329 View Post
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    Leduc says more known risks include putting a baby in any other position than their back when sleeping, smoking, use of alcohol, use of drugs or the use of formula bottle feeding.

    Did she/he seriously just put formula feeding in with the likes of alcohol and drugs! Wtf !!!



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    Well breastfeeding reduces the risk of SIDS, so ultimately formula increases the risk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelly8329 View Post
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    Leduc says more known risks include putting a baby in any other position than their back when sleeping, smoking, use of alcohol, use of drugs or the use of formula bottle feeding.

    Did she/he seriously just put formula feeding in with the likes of alcohol and drugs! Wtf !!!
    No, but BF'd babies have less risk of SIDS than FF'd babies. I read it that the writer was just listing factors that can increase SIDS risk, not comparing giving drugs/alcohol to a baby in the same vein as formula.

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    Meh I find it stupid. The fact is they don't know what causes SIDS. No bloody idea.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelly8329 View Post
    Meh I find it stupid. The fact is they don't know what causes SIDS. No bloody idea.


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    Which part do you find stupid?

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    And whilst they don't know what causes it, there are things you can do to reduce it. Not stupid, IMO!

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    Listing things like smoking, drugs and alcohol and in the same sentence as formula. 3 things, including tummy sleeping which we know are all dangerous for babies and having in that same sentence formula bottle feeding.
    There are many other possible things that cause SIDS , over heating, placement in the cot etc.
    So I found the structure of that sentence really stupid !!!


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    Some considerations.

    http://evolutionaryparenting.com/pre...ase-carpenter/

    Personally, I wouldn't have survived DD unless we bed shared. We did it safely. DF slept in a different bed so I had the queen bed to share with DD. Blankets/doona were only ever up to my waist and I wore a jumper during winter. DD slept in either a sleeping bag or was swaddled. I woke in the same position I feel asleep in. DD fed a lot and she insisted on physical contact. I recognised this within 24 hours of her being born so it wasn't something I had conditioned her. She would often feed every hour or two for an hour at a time during the night, sometimes longer. An average day feed took 4 hours for the first 3 to 4 months. Mastering the lying down feeding position meant I got sleep. Sleep deprivation is a form of torture.

    SIDS scared the bejeezes out of me for the first few months. One night when DD was a newborn I was so scared of SIDS that I sat up pretty much all night and watched TV and just held her in my arms whilst she fed.

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