Slow flow nipple for sure...
Breastflow bottles are the most like breastfeeding for babies who are really resistant to bottles. I had two kids who preferred that bottle.
You are still early enough that if you had to introduce a bottle, you should be able to get away with it easier than if your baby was older. And start a good stash...and check into options for donor milk in your area.
Hope you don't have to wean:hug Bottles after knowing what BFing is like really stink:eye
Gradually introduce a bottle every two days in place of a feeding until you are down to all bottles and no nursing sessions. It takes about two days for your body to adjust to skipping that feeding so I don't suggest going any faster than that. Remember being full is what tells your body to make less milk so you want your breasts to feel full just not overly full that it is uncomfortable. I have never tried cabbage leaves but I have heard good things about them for drying the milk.
Let's just hope that weaning isn't needed. Sending good vibes...:gvibes I know I was drained for a few weeks after delivery of each baby.
I met with my doc and we decided to postpone going back on meds for at least two more weeks. I have begun to pump and trying to build a stash. My husband is going to try a bottle in the next few days.
The good news is that I can take an alternate med that won't be as good of treatment for me but it will keep my condition manageable so that I can continue to BF.
So many people have said - oh she'll be fine if you have to FF. And it would be fine if I HAD to, but for now am so thankful to not have to go there.
:clap :clap :clap!
Whew! Great news! :cheer