Re: Help 4 month old will not breastfeed
This link on nursing strikes should help: http://www.kellymom.com/bf/concerns/...to-breast.html. In particular, the skin-to-skin and instant reward techniques should be useful.
If baby isn't nursing, you want to pump in order to maintain supply and to prevent yourself from becoming engorged and uncomfortable. Your doc should have suggested pumping to you long ago: when a mom must supplement, it's best that she do so using her own milk. That way it's easier to ditch the supplements and just nurse, because as long as you only use your own milk your supply is equal to baby's needs.
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