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Baby bottles are one of the first things new parents need. So that you make the right decision for your baby, we have compiled all the important information for you in this guide. Here you will learn what to look for when buying, how to clean the bottles best and for what age which bottles are suitable.
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- The nipples of baby bottles are modeled after the mother’s breast.
- Each manufacturer has its own nipple shape and bottle system.
- Some babies only get along with a certain brand, others are less picky. You (or your baby) have to try out for yourself which bottle is perfect for your baby.
- There are also baby bottles specifically for colic.
- Baby bottles with a maximum volume of 100 ml are only suitable for the first months of life.
- A volume of 150 ml and more is practically obligatory from 4 months, as babies then drink a larger quantity at once.
- It is better to invest mainly in larger baby bottles, because you can use them longer.
- You can use baby bottles from birth , for example, if you can not breastfeed.
- The nipples for baby bottles are always designed for a certain age. The older the baby gets, the larger the opening in the teat needs to be.
- If you feel that your baby is drinking too little or straining from the bottle, he or she may need a larger teat.
- If your babyswallows frequently or has problems with colic, a smaller te at may be helpful.
- Baby bottles are available in glass and plastic.
- The nipples are made of silicone or latex, and the closure rings and lids are made of plastic.
- Look for BPA-free plastic and shatterproof, heat-resistant glass.
- Plastic can discolor over time, such as from carrot juice.
- Sterilization kills germs that could be dangerous to your baby.
- During the first six months, you should sterilize the bottles after each use.
- Before the first use, you should also boil the bottles.
- You can sterilize bottles in a sterilizer or by boiling them in a saucepan.
- Basically, everything is boiled, i.e. the bottle, the teat and the sealing ring.
- When the oral phase begins, boiling is no longer necessary, as your baby will then put everything in its mouth anyway.
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FAQ About Baby Bottles
Baby bottles should be sterilized after each use. This is the only way to ensure that your baby does not come into contact with germs and bacteria.
You should leave the bottles and other accessories in boiling water for at least 10 minutes to kill all germs and bacteria. Alternatively, sterilizers are an option. They disinfect within 5 minutes and are therefore particularly suitable if you have few bottles to hand.
At least 6 to 7 baby bottles are recommended. Since newborns eat frequently during the day and baby bottles need to be sterilized after each use, a large number of bottles is necessary.
If you use a sterilizer to sterilize your baby bottles, they will remain sterile unopened for up to 24h.
At best, you clean your baby bottles with a sterilizer. There is also the possibility to boil the bottles or put them in the dishwasher, but you run the risk of not completely disinfecting the bottles.
Baby bottles should be disinfected until the oral phase. This is when the child begins to put everything in its mouth anyway, thus introducing many germs and bacteria. It would therefore be superfluous to sterilize the bottles.
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