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    Wow,everyone is saying something different-i hate guidelines! Its very stressful because you want up to date correct information but its so varied between different countries! We have decided to wait (after a long discussion) until ds is 4months,i dont want to force him so we will see what he wants to do!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly81 View Post
    I wasn't implying you doubted the guidelines, was just stating a general thought.
    No all good I was just clarifying my earlier comment that i had made (more in my own head I suppose).

    And also because I too thought the guidelines were confusing for me but in hindsight without a medical reason they should be followed.
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