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    I would go cold turkey, she will be used to it within a few days.

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    Thanks guys. We managed to get her to sleep today being hands free. Ideas about distracting her with a comforter was a good idea. We ended up giving her a dummy to hold aswell.
    Took a bit longer than normal but I'm hoping she will get better.
    Now wish me luck for tonight!


 

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