Re: Frustrated with feedings
A lot of babies become increasingly fussy as the day goes on, with many having a peak fussy time in the late afternoon and evening. The "witching hour(s)" or "evenings-only colic" are terms that are commonly used for this pattern. So that's one possibility.
Another possibility is nipple confusion. If your baby has been getting bottles from very early on, she may have come to prefer the fast and easy rewards of bottle-feeding over the more difficult task of nursing. If she fussed after feedings, that may be her way of communicating "Hey, this nursing thing is HARD! I want that nice easy bottle, and I'm going to cry until I get it." What would happen if you just to the bottles away?
When you say your nipple has a wound on the side, where exactly? Like, imagine the nipple is a clock. Is the wound at 3 o'clock? 6 o'clock? Is it closer to the center of the dial (nipple)?
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