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This Mother Found A Broken Pacifier In Her Baby’s Throat – And Now She Has A Harrowing Message For Us

This mom found her baby choking on MAM pacifiers on two different occasions. When they ABC news team looked into the case they found more than 10 other similar MAM complaints on the Consumer Product Safety Commission website. Watch the full report:

Via abc11

MAM responded to the various incidents which include a warning for parents:

MAM USA estimates that there are currently 12 million of its pacifiers in use in the U.S., and the company has never had to recall any of its pacifier products. The instructions that are included with each pacifier we sell — and posted on our website — direct parents to carefully inspect the pacifier and perform a “pull test” before each use – especially when the child has teeth; and to throw it away at the first signs of damage or weakness. We also instruct customers to replace the pacifier every two months to ensure safety and hygiene.

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