Has anyone had experience with their baby being extremely fussy because you have a slow let down? Mine is 3 months old and breastfeeding has never been particularly easy for the two of us. We will have stints where things seem to be going well, but more often than not she is really fussy and doesn't nurse well. I know that it takes 45 seconds to a minute for my milk to let down, and sometimes she'll be patient enough to wait for it (usually her early morning and first feedings of the day). Usually, though, she pulls off fussing 4-5 times before I let down and gets so worked up that she won't latch on and nurse. We introduced a bottle about 3 weeks ago (I go back to work next week), and other than the normal bumps, she has taken to it pretty well. Does anyone have suggestions for speeding up let down? I have tried relaxation, imagery, and conditioning the response (I'm a psychologist by trade, so I'm well-versed in all of these techniques...but they are not helping at all in this case). Help!! I don't want to give up, but I'm also tiring of struggling for 30 minutes to get her to eat, then pumping just to feed her a bottle. Also, I know she's hungry when this is happening - and she'll take the bottle with little to no fussing.