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Captain Obvious 2 kids; Havana, Cuba 25634 posts
21st Mar '13
Quoting .Colleen.:" SIDS risks don't disappear b/c the baby has reflux. It's always best to lay them flat"


If her pediatrician instructed her to put the baby to sleep elevated it is because the benefits outweigh the risks.

KiKi Dee Due November 15; 1 child; 2 angel babies; Dresden, Tennessee 322 posts
21st Mar '13

My DD had reflux bad. She never could sleep in the bed. She slept in her swing till she was 6 months. I was too scared to lay her in the bed with anything.

mom2andrew&carter 18 kids; Leesburg, Florida 2159 posts
21st Mar '13
Quoting ChubbyCheekers
Ruth Malandain Due October 17; Brighton, United Kingdom 32 posts
21st Mar '13

Hi, sorry to hear your son has reflux. My son suffered until he was three months old. I always worried about him being able to roll and get stuck if I put a pillow on top or under the mattress so I elavated one end of the crib instead, I used books and raised it about 5 inches, just another idea to try if your worried about putting a pillow in the crib