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    I use the Nuby Rhythm Liner bottles for my lo. The liner collapses in on itself as she drinks so it lets minimal air back in like a boob. She seems quite happy with that but I also use a teat slower than recommended for her age so she still has to suck just as hard on bottle as well as boob.

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    I fed my DS EBM long term using the regular Medela bottles.


 

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