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    Default Did your baby go off their feeding when teething?

    As the title States. . did your Bub go off bottles or bfing when teething??
    How long did it go on for?

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    DS used to snack on his bottles rather than having full bottles. So he would only have a bit then refuse the rest. It usually only lasted a few days until the tooth had cut through the gum. Hope that helps

    Teething must be so awful for them, and Its not nice to see them go through it I think Its quite normal for bubs to be a bit off just while the tooth is breaking through the gums

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    Interesting. .. I'm hoping that is quite common. ..I do think she's teething but she's only about 2 weeks post open heart surgery. . so the drs are watching her feeds super close. .. she's definitely snacking. .. not taking much in. I hope it doesn't last long!!!

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    I know among my DIG its been common

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    Not a great time for teeth to pop through, poor munchkin

    I hope her feeding picks up

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    No its crappy timing!!!!! Lol

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    I breastfeed and my babies/children have always fed more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by headoverfeet View Post
    I breastfeed and my babies/children have always fed more.
    Argh. Maybe it's just bottles on the gums then??!! Lol

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    My 6 month old DS fights breast and bottle but I'm not sure if he's just getting distracted or if he's teething. I hope your dd feeds soon Tamtam.

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    I breastfed and my daughter used to feed for comfort but didn't really suck very hard ifkwim... I think the sucking hurt her teeth but she still wanted the breast for comfort.

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