Hi moms,

How do I recognize whether my baby needs a pacifier or not? And is it right time to give her one?

No pacifiers, at least not now. Right now only your breast and your skin can pacify.

Thank you so much Rebecca Prakash 🤗

Pacifiers can be used if the baby is really cranky or when you travel. Again not all the babies will take pacifiers.. Mine dint.

Even after her tummy is full she demands for more milk and then she vomits out the excess milk. So I thought could pacifier help in such situations.

It's common with Babies Amruta, they still don't know how much milk they need. But as the time goes everything will be set, Atarah was also like that.. Nearly till her 2nd month she use to pass curdled milk which is excess feed, later on it got reduced. The biggest disadvantage about Pacifier is babies will not cry if they are hungry.. So feeds will be missed and again it will lead to weight loss. Make sure you burp her after every feed now. Things will settle..

I agree with Rebecca..pacifiers may be a comfort but all kids are different and feeding routine settles in a while..also sometimes if not sterilized regularly they may cause an infection!!..my doc didnt recommend it..

Okk. Thank you so much for providing insights about Pacifier. Rebecca Prakash Aditi Ahuja

No.. its not good... apko use pacifier dene ki koi jrurt ni

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Pacifier is said to aviod for dental problems further amruta dear

Don’t use pacifier it can cause dental problems so avoid it

You can use it only if your baby need continual breastmilk at night then you can you it but only for short periods of time otherwise it will causes dental problems & diarrhea

Baby demanding milk even after full tummy can be due to stomach pain or gas...so I think gas medication may help...they think stomach pain is due to hunger so demand more n more feed

Avoid pacifier if you can as it creates gas also

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