Hi, I have been supplementing my 7 week old using a bottle almost daily since he was about 3 weeks old as I have low milk supply (I can only pump about an ounce an hour). My supply dropped in the first week as my son was not nursing well most likely due to the drugs given for a c-section I had (and I did not know to pump then). I believe I can increase my supply if he nursed effectively, however he always falls asleep at the breast or gets frustrated a few minutes into nursing (I'm sure due to flow preference). I have tried SNS and Lact-aid in lieu of the bottle (in addition to finger feeding, syringe, eye dropper, etc), but baby still falls asleep and does not get enough. Is it too late to "teach" him to latch correctly and nurse effectively? The challenge I face is that he has flow preference and my low supply does not help. The bright side is that he always takes the breast (I think he prefers it over the bottle) but obviously eats better with the bottle and gives me peace of mind that his nutritional needs are being met. Lately I feel like throwing in the towel and come closer to accepting that I may have to pump exclusively, but I can't get myself to give up on the possibility of BF exclusively. Everyday is frustrating and the feeding process is exhausting (can take more than an hour at times). What can I do? Thanks in advance.