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    After experimenting with no less than half a dozen brands, Avent Natural bottles have worked best for us. For now, we'll stick with the slower flow nipples and revisit this speed when he's older. Jan 12, 2018

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    These made the transition from breast to bottle and back again easy. Baby latched on right away. The flow is perfect for breastfed babies. Jan 12, 2018

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    • Amanda H.
    • Northern New Jersey, New Jersey

    One of only a few nipples my baby will accept and slow flow is great for breastfeeding because it better mimics the flow of the milk while nursing. No problem switching between breast and bottle. Jan 11, 2018

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    Baby liked the level 2 nipple and it worked better for him than when we tried level 1 when he was a newborn. He didn't wake up in pain from gas or reflux like usual when we used these! Jan 11, 2018

    • Mary G.
    • Grand Rapids , Michigan

    I am a breast feeding mama however, I also work part time which calls for the need to supplement with a bottle. As a first time mom new to breastfeeding I was worried about her having nipple confusion Jan 11, 2018

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    Flow was too fast for 4 month old. I will try it again as she gets a little older. Jan 11, 2018

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    I have always heard that breastfed babies should only use the slowest nipple possible. So I never tried a different size for my Little when she drank milk from a bottle while I was working. But I’m g Jan 11, 2018

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    My son easily transitioned to this nipple from nursing. The flow seems a bit fast for the age recommended but overall provide a very natural latch. Jan 10, 2018

  • I love Avent products but the size 2 flow is too fast for my almost 4 month old daughter. The size 1 is perfect. Jan 10, 2018

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    • Kate R.
    • Chagrin Falls, Ohio

    Our lo is 4 mos so we used the size 2 nipple. The flow rate seemed fast, so we went to the size 1. The 1 was better. Both reduced colic and gas and are easy to clean. She latched on to both well! Jan 10, 2018

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    I am a first time mom of a baby boy. He has been quite picky about what he drinks from, and we often have collapsed nipples as a result of his vigorous sucking. The Philips Avent Natural Slow Flow Nip Jan 09, 2018

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    I read a lot about "paced bottle feeding" in order to regulate the flow since our baby is used to only breastfeeding, but we have not had to worry about pacing our baby girl when using these nipples. Jan 08, 2018

    • Lexi L.
    • Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    With the Philips slow flow nipple in particular, he ate easier, had less colic, and virtually no spit up! Jan 08, 2018

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    absolutely loved them. My son preferred the slow flow nipple, my only guess is because he is mostly breastfed, so I would certainly recommend for breastfed babies. Jan 08, 2018

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    I really appreciate the shape of this nipple-it very much mimics a breast and as I'm alternating between bottle and breastfeeding, it is very reassuring to keep things consistent for my little guy. Jan 08, 2018

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    • Jamie E.
    • United States of America

    Love the wide mouth and the speed of flow, easy to clean but wish it was a little easier to ensure it is sealed well in the bottle. Overall would definitely recommend! Jan 08, 2018

  • Easy to see the flow level, easy to clean, and helped in controlling how much he ate (if not the speed). Odd 'squeeeeeee' sound, but it didn't create any gassiness or colic. Jan 08, 2018