Today, 10:29 AM
First, is it possible we are seeing scale error here? Have all weights been on the same scale, digital infant scale, baby wearing nothing or only dry diaper? Birth weights are often inflated, especially if you had IV fluids. Also, lowest known weight is not the same as the actual lowest weight- if baby initially lost more weight than you think before starting to gain, that would make it harder for baby to regain it all by 2 weeks.
You are an experienced mom. Does baby appear to not be getting enough to eat to you, based on behavior, how baby looks, etc? You say baby appears satisfied after some sessions, for example? Very importantly, How many times a day is baby pooping and what does it look like? (size, consistency, color)
Can you see the consultant again and talk to her about doing some weighted feeds to measure intake? Just so you know, intake of 2 ounces per session AFTER age 2 weeks is considered a reassuring intake. It may be less before that. And of course, some sessions baby will eat less just naturally so a feed that does not result in a two ounce or more transfer is not necessarily bad news. But a weighted feed - or several, even better- can offer some more info. Just do not live or die on the results.
Sometimes a tongue tie correction has to be repeated.
NO it is not too late to have an abundant milk production. For one thing, it is a myth that there is some absolute cut date of for increasing milk production. Yes it is harder after 6 weeks or...