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I'm planning on trying this in the near future to break the nurse to sleep association. My nipples are red and sore and we just have to lessen the nightwakings. Just because she has eased up on me the last two nights doesn't mean she won't start again sometime.<br>
Feel free to answer these questions.<br>
Did you use the PPO?<br>
Did it work?<br>
How long did it take?<br>
Can you lay your dd down and he/she will go to sleep w/out you?<br>
If PPO didn't work, did you do something else to break the association?<br>
What was it?<br>
How long did it take?<br>
Any other comments:<br><br>
Thanks!!<br>
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MY LO would never nurse to sleep, so that was never an issue, but I did use the PPO for the pacifier. It was marginally successful. It seemed like you had to do it 40 times and risk waking her every time... The timing had to be perfect otherwise she'd just scream. Well actually she just screams alot related to sleep. I don't actually remember how long we tried it, but we ended up having an opportunity when she was about 16 months where she was so tired she would ask for the paci then fuss for a few and fall asleep in our arms. The phase passed quickly LOL, but we were able to use it to our advantage.
 
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