I have been giving my absolute best effort to trying to breastfeed my newborn for seven weeks now, and I'm not sure it's worth the struggle anymore. I have inverted nipples and she had a tongue tie (now corrected with frenotomy). I seem to have a low supply, although it's not completely clear to me since none of the pump (Medela Symphony) flanges fit properly with my inverted nipples. Anyway, my baby still won't latch on and I am going crazy taking care of her and fitting in eight pumping sessions (15 minutes each, yielding about 1.5 ounces total each time) around the clock. I want to quit, but if there were a way to maybe continue pumping once or twice a day until she is able to latch, and then try to build up my supply again, I would consider doing that. I don't know if scaling back pumping that much would get rid of my supply completely, though. I am thinking that the best thing for my sanity might just be to give formula exclusively and kick the pump to the curb. Any thoughts?