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Avent, Medela, and Mimijumi are all great sources for this type of bottle. The reason is that they have created a perfect design that mimics the breast. All three are different, too, so you can see minor changes in use and feel. There are plenty more brands that offer advantages and features that the three above do not, too, such as a unique built-in heater and bottles that will get less air into the feeding. Their individual designs give them their own benefits and downfalls. Compare the brands to see which one offers what you want. Some may have it all, but others may lack in important areas.

What you want to look for is a good design and feel. The bottle has to mimic a breast so it should have the look and feel of one, obviously. Mimijumi has an excellent bottle that will give the baby a similar feeding experience, but it is not the only one. If you are uncertain of which one is right, you can look online to read reviews. See what others say about how the bottles work and how they are similar to a breast. This will make it easier to find something that your baby will not refuse.

Consider the features of the vaccine bottle, as well. It should help with reducing gas, colicky babies, reducing acid reflux, and getting less air to the baby while feeding. A good design can help with all of this so there is no reason to worry. You just have to make sure that you buy something built for this type of situation. The three above are good options, but remember to widen your search to include your personal needs. Great manufacturers are out there that have produced some fantastic, and effective, bottles.

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