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Should I let my two to four month old baby sleep alone?

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Dr. Mitchell Vogel
Ophthalmology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Yes

Speak to your pediatrician about sleep positions for your baby.
Make sure the baby has a proper crib and have a baby monitor so you can hear room sounds.

In brief: Yes

Speak to your pediatrician about sleep positions for your baby.
Make sure the baby has a proper crib and have a baby monitor so you can hear room sounds.
Dr. Mitchell Vogel
Dr. Mitchell Vogel
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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Yes

If a baby learns how to start sleep alone, he/she will be able to go back to sleep after waking in the night.
Your baby is 4 times more likely to develop a sleep problem that lasts up to three years if you rock or feed a baby to sleep. Babies over ten pounds don't need to feed in the night, yet will expect a bottle if they fall asleep eating.

In brief: Yes

If a baby learns how to start sleep alone, he/she will be able to go back to sleep after waking in the night.
Your baby is 4 times more likely to develop a sleep problem that lasts up to three years if you rock or feed a baby to sleep. Babies over ten pounds don't need to feed in the night, yet will expect a bottle if they fall asleep eating.
Dr. James Ferguson
Dr. James Ferguson
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