the Dr Brown’s Options+ range of
anti-colic bottles

Dr Brown’s bottles are now even better with the new enhanced design Dr Brown’s® Options+™ Anti-Colic Bottles.

Almost half of all babies in the UK develop colic and 78% of Healthcare Professionals agree that the most common cause of colic in young babies is caused by digestive or feeding problems, including swallowing air*. The proven internal vent system continues to deliver vacuum-free feeding that keeps air out of baby’s tummy.

The new breast-like teat shape is correctly contoured for a proper latch and a more natural bottle-feeding experience - perfect for switching from breast to bottle and back again!

*Results from a HCP colic survey carried out by Consumer Analysis – May 2010.

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With over 20 years’ experience combatting windy colic Dr Brown’s® bottles are now even better with the new enhanced design our Options+™ Anti-Colic Bottles.

Infantile Colic is a condition that is not easily understood and is defined as excessive crying, lasting up to three hours a day, three days a week in a baby who appears to be otherwise healthy. It's a common problem with almost half of the babies in the UK developing Colic. Thankfully colicky symptoms should begin to disappear between twelve to sixteen weeks.

There are several issues believed to cause colicky symptoms; however, 78% of Healthcare Professionals agree, the most common cause of colic in young babies stems from digestive or feeding problems, which include swallowing air and trapped wind*.

Changes as simple as choosing the right baby bottle can help avoid the swallowing of air and thereby put a stop to wind related colic in babies. Dr Brown’s® proven internal vent system continues to deliver 100% vacuum-free feeding that keeps air out of baby’s tummy.

The new breast-like teat shape is correctly contoured for a proper latch and a more natural bottle-feeding experience - perfect for switching from breast to bottle and back again!

Prevention is better than cure – don’t wait until baby develops colic!

*Results from a HCP colic survey carried out by Consumer Analysis – May 2010