Most mothers given the choice would rather breastfeed their babies if they can. This is as normal as breathing in air into your lungs. Nevertheless, certain conditions may prove unwise to do so. For instance, people having sensitive nipples and breast finds it extremely painful to breastfeed their babies. It is known to bleed and draw blood which is toxic to the baby. Hence under such special and extenuating circumstances, using bottle feeding is inevitable. Then again, there is also the stress of living in a modern city where most mothers need to work secularly as well as take care of the home and her baby. The choice of breastfeeding here too may seem remote or not possible. Of course, eventually when our baby grows bigger there is also the need to transition to bottle feeding for practical purposes.
Looking on the bright side, there are feeding bottles with teats that are designed to resemble as close and as flexible as mother's breast as possible. These baby feeding bottle are specially designed with super-sensitive anti-colic valve, soft natural feel silicone teat, easy hold bottle and slow flow teat. A four bottle pack costs £12.99 inc. VAT. Other baby feeding products include breast pump, sterilizers and accessories are available to help you combine breast and bottle feeding.