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Lansinoh mOmma naturalwave slow flow teats

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      First teat my breastfed baby will take, milk only comes out when baby feeds, also fits my NUK bottle

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      Not found any yet

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    My daughter is 12 weeks old and has been exclusively breastfed. We want to be able to give her occasional expressed feeds. We tried her with various NUK first choice teats, but she didn't take to these at all. A friend reccommended the Lansinoh Momma bottle as that was the only one her daughter would accept. Wow, my daughter took to it straight away, first try, no crying or choking.

    My favourite thing about this teat is that the milk only flows when baby actively suckles putting them in control of the flow. It's very soft and supple and my daughter latched easily straight away where she had not managed to latch onto the NUK at all. I'm so glad I decided to try these.

    As a bonus they fit my NUK first choice bottles perfectly so I don't need to get new bottles either.

    I've not found any negatives so far.
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The Lansinoh mOmma NaturalWave Slow Flow Teats encourage baby to engage in the same natural sucking actions performed on the breast. Clinically proven to to reduce nipple preference in established breastfed babies, the NaturalWave Teat makes it easier to alternate between breast and bottle.

- Designed for feeding expressed breastmilk when mum and baby are apart

- Helps baby maintain the natural sucking style learnt at the breast

- Preserves established breastfeeding patterns

- Clinically proven to encourage baby’s ‘wave-like’ tongue movement

- Promotes instinctive sucking action for natural oral development

- Wide base, super soft and flexible 100% silicone teat

- Air Ventilation System reduces intake of air, a potential cause of colic

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