We are beginning weaning this week and our SALT has decided to skip bottle feeding and move onto sippy cups as we have pretty much accepted she wont ever be coordinated enough for bottle feeding. I'm hoping if we cant get this established we can then get rid of the NG.
A friend of mine whose son had an ng tube when he was little has had his removed. he is 13 months old now and feeds totally fine without it now.
I know the stomah tubes are a pretty serious step though and weve been told that they are def a total last resort stage thing as i think it requires a surgery to fit them. Fingers crossed for you thast you can see soem progress soon
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