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tiredemma Sun 13-Mar-05 19:57:12

seriously, have been using it now for the past 4 weeks.
ds2 age 21mths used to wake up on average 4/5 times a night, he is now sleeping through till 6am!!

could be just a coincidence but whatever it is- im not about to stop using this wonderful product!

can get it from sainsburys..

Catbert Sun 13-Mar-05 19:58:41

ooooooooooooooh! Worth knowing!

Have brill sleepers on the whole, but always get jittery when we're going away about them feeling sleepy enough in a "strange" place - might be worth packing!

ggglimpopo Sun 13-Mar-05 19:58:52

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tiredemma Sun 13-Mar-05 19:59:30

21 months..

ggglimpopo Sun 13-Mar-05 20:01:53

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tiredemma Sun 13-Mar-05 20:03:20

no..that was to be my next purchase if the milk didnt work

lockets Sun 13-Mar-05 20:04:59

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HappyMumof2 Sun 13-Mar-05 20:05:52

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tiredemma Sun 13-Mar-05 20:08:49

it has melatonin in it which is a natural substance.

they have thier own website which has a FAQ section

Pruni Sun 13-Mar-05 20:49:33

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Pruni Sun 13-Mar-05 20:50:16

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Aero Sun 13-Mar-05 21:29:22

Have decided to post before reading Pruni's link - then will read it and see if I agree. We tried it for about ten days and it made no difference whatsoever and just reverted to nomal milk. Anyway, a few weeks later, ds2 has started to pretty much sleep through (from waking several times a night). I have no idea why at all, and he's also started to play in his cot in the mornings when he first wakes (6ish), rather than just immediately crying until we lift him. We leave him, and only lift him if he starts to cry now and usually he settles himself back to sleep for another hour or so. I really don't know why he's suddenly changed his behaviour, but I do know that our life has changed for the better due to finally getting some much needed sleep. So maybe it is a co-incidence. However, I'd have bought anything if I thought it'd work. I guess the only way you'll know is to try ordinary milk again and see what happens - if you can bear to take the risk.
Right - off to read the link.

highlander Mon 14-Mar-05 03:55:23

LOL at the article Pruni!

HappyMumof2 Mon 14-Mar-05 11:07:19

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