Yesterday, 10:53 PM
Wow, that is a lot to be dealing with when your baby is 2 weeks old, I understand why you would be worried. Let's take the concerns one at a time.
Baby wheezing and choking- the most common reason for this is that the milk is flowing too quickly for baby to handle the flow. So then the question becomes, why can't baby handle the flow? Is it because the flow is really just super fast or forceful (sometimes it is) or is it because baby has some nursing/feeding issues that are interfering with baby's ability to coordinate suck and swallow?
Now, that is the most common breastfeeding related reason. I imagine there might be other, health related reasons a baby would cough or choke, that may be entirely unrelated to feeding. That is something you would need to talk to your pediatrician about.
So, how to help if my first guess is correct? First with supplements: I would suggest do not use bottles to supplement a 2 week old. Try a syringe instead, gently easing a tiny amount of milk into baby's cheek, a little at a time. Wait for baby to swallow then do a little more. You can also try using an open cup, which believe it or not, when done correctly is probably less likely to cause choking than a bottle. If you do use bottles, you want to help baby control the flow so baby does not get more than baby can handle at once. You do this with how you position the bottle, in a way that only a small amount of milk is coming into the nipple at a time. This is also called paced...