My daughter was born with a bilateral cleft palate on march 13, 2008. As of now she has a ng tube to serve as back up if she doesn't do too well with bottle feeding. The doctors tell me not to spend more than 30 minutes at each feed which I am finding discouraging because I have to spend a lot of time burping her along with formula coming out her nose. I use a haberman which works very well and she is sucking on the bottle fairly well. Does anyone have any suggestions or can relate to my experience?
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