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Pacifiers May Be Better

April 30, 2012 by Julia     0

using a pacifier
using a pacifier
Research released by the World Health Organization in 1991 stated that using a pacifier, or a soother, may not be the best encouragement for breastfeeding for babies. However, after many more reputable studies and randomized trials, researchers are saying the opposite.

Pacifiers may be better to help with a good latch, and in turn, encourage longer exclusive breastfeeding. Use of a pacifier encourages a good latch, something that is incredibly important for both mother and child. Moms with a well-latched baby are at a much lower risk for painful breastfeeding, and of course, their babies will get all the nourishment and emotional bond that comes with exclusive breastfeeding.

Read more about good pacifier use here.

Filed under: Tips for Breastfeeding, Babies and Children.

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