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Reg: Mar 15th 2006

Location: Scotland

Children: 2 DD 11 & 3yrs old. DS born 16/11/12. 2 natural 1 iui

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Sunday, May 10th 2009, 5:42pm


Can anyone suggest a good steriliser to buy, I would prefer an electric one as I don't have the patience for a microwave one. I had a Maws one for DD but they don't seem to do them anymore and I don't want to buy 2nd hand.


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Sunday, May 10th 2009, 6:55pm

I've got this one and i like it Tommee tippee Not FZ endorsed link

I've also got a little cold water one for one bottle that i can keep things in for 24 hours so i dont have to wait for the electric one when i need something in a hurry - i got it in tk maxx for about a fiver!

ICSI May 08 - BFP
Our beautiful baby girl was born February 2009
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Reg: Aug 10th 2008

Location: london

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Sunday, May 10th 2009, 8:01pm

I used an avent electric one (2nd hand from sis in law)great, till it eventually packed in. Then got a microwave one(cheaper). The avent bottles and breast pump fit best into it.

You might want to stick to the same brand as the bottles your using as they are designed to fit perfectly into it.

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Reg: Aug 17th 2008

Location: St Albans

Children: 2 perfect boys, Thomas & James

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Monday, June 22nd 2009, 5:31pm

I've got the avent digital one and it's brilliant.
IVF/ICSI Aug 08 :BFP: - Thomas born 26/04/09 baby2
FET Aug 10 :BFP: - James born 18/04/11 baby7

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Reg: Oct 9th 2008

Location: kent

Children: Daughter aged 7, naturally conceived

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Monday, June 22nd 2009, 6:02pm

i used the avent one before and intend to get the digital one this time round. Really easy to use and efficient. going to get it although i am going to use the Dr Brown bottles because heard so much good about them.

Lost one twin at 10 weeks, heartbroken.

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Reg: Aug 10th 2008

Location: The Far North

Children: 2 gorgeous little girls!

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Tuesday, June 23rd 2009, 11:19pm

I had the avent microwave one and found it really excellent and quick. We have bought a new one, the same, for this little bundle when it arrives too.

Hope it helps.

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