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I am sorry to hear about your baby's sleep problem
To be honest, this is actually a short term issue only, since as soon as she is able to roll back - from stomach to her back - and this would take another few weeks, she should be alright
We do not recommend too many things in the baby's cot, since they are all potential safety hazards
While you are correct that 'back to sleep' is preferred for preventing SIDS,
it would not really be an issue in her case, since she goes to sleep on her back / side, and actually starts crying when she is on the stomach
As you would be probably aware, you are not the first parent to face this problem :)
Here is what some of the parents have tried to deal with this problem
This includes using bolsters, letting the child cry to sleep
and just being patient,
Remember this too shall pass,
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