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    Is it really a problem that formula doesn't dissolve as easily in room temperature water ?

    Thank you . That was very helpful with all the hints about options on aeroplanes of in winter and experiences of others succeeding at doing this and mention that formula might not dissolve as easily in room temperature water .

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    so I tried the room temp thing last night. took bottle out of fridge to come up to room temp and then made the formula up when he was ready for a feed.

    so much quicker than fussing about heating up a cold bottle!

    I didn't find any issues with the formula not dissolving in room temp water.

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    Default having baby always used to forula bottles at room temperature has anyone done...

    You pregnant/have a newborn now Slyvia??

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    We only ever use room temperature water.

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    Both my ds only ever had room temp water for formula. I've never had a problem with the formula not dissolving


 

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