Pigeon Silicon Pacifier Aeroplane | Step 2
Pigeon Silicon Pacifier Aeroplane | Step 2
Pigeon Silicon Pacifier Aeroplane | Step 2

Pigeon Silicon Pacifier Aeroplane | Step 2

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PIGEON Silicone Pacifier from Pigeon from 5 to 8 months | second stage

Product Description

  • Pacifier made of silicone from Pigeon Stage 2 from 5 to 8 months, it has a natural soft shape
  • It has a psychologically stabilizing and calming effect on the child
  • With a protective cap to cover the nipple when not in use
  • Perfect shape for baby's mouth
  • Fitted shield prevents accidentally swallowing the pacifier, breathing holes on the shield for safety



Lollipops: Are they good for your baby?


  • Pacifiers are the secret of reassurance for some infants between each feeding and the next. The following advantages can be considered:
  • A pacifier may soothe a swollen infant. Some babies are very happy when they suck something.
  • The pacifier provides a temporary distraction. A pacifier may come in handy during and after injections, blood tests or other procedures.
  • A pacifier may help your baby sleep. If there's a problem calming your baby down, a pacifier may work.
  • The pacifier may relieve the child of discomfort during flights. Babies cannot relieve earache caused by changes in air pressure while on a plane, neither by swallowing nor by yawning. This is where pacifier sucking may help.
  • A pacifier may help reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome. Sucking on a pacifier at nap and bedtime may reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome.
  • Pacifiers can be disposed of. When it's time to stop using a pacifier, you can throw it away. If your child prefers sucking his thumb or other fingers, it may be more difficult to stop the habit.


  • Your baby may become dependent on a pacifier. If your baby uses a pacifier to sleep, he may experience crying fits in the middle of the night when the pacifier falls out of his mouth.
  • Soother use may increase the risk of middle ear infection. However, rates of middle ear infections are usually lowest between birth and 6 months, when the risk of sudden infant death syndrome is highest and your baby is likely to be most interested in a pacifier.
  • Long-term use of pacifiers can lead to dental problems. Normal use of pacifiers during a child's first few years generally does not cause long-term dental problems. However, prolonged use of pacifiers may cause a baby's teeth to become misaligned or not aligned properly.
  • Pacifier use may affect breastfeeding. If you're breastfeeding, you may have to wait until your baby is 3 or 4 weeks old, when you've had your regular feeding routine. However, consideration of unrestricted pacifier use in healthy, full-term infants has shown no effect on breastfeeding continuity.
GTIN : 4902508136808
Weight : 0.100 KG
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