Im trying to give my three month old breast fed baby antibiotics for his infected eczema. Im using a syringe but it comes out faster than it goes in. He has now decided he doesnt like bottles so I cant even mix it with milk.
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25-10-2012 11:08 #1Member
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25-10-2012 11:10 #2
Re: giving antibiotics
Try a dropper instead of a syringe, you have more control and can give little bits at a time. Also try getting bub to suck on your finger and put dropper in mouth at same time, you may have to wait til they are hungry.
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25-10-2012 11:11 #3
I used to stick the syringe in the corner of bubs mouth while they were feeding an attached to the nipple, then I'd trickle feed it in as bub fed.
25-10-2012 11:44 #4
I agree withs Hugs Bunny that's what I did with my dd and it worked a treat good luck
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