Re: Discouraged after gastro spec. visit
If the problem is overactive letdown, then nursing in a reclined position, very frequently should help. The more often your baby nurses, the better off she will be. I has milk that sprayed like a fire hose (and a severe oversupply), but my baby nursed every 1-2 hours and rarely had green poops. I would also lean back on a few pillows, put my baby on my stomach or chest, and let him latch. That is what ultimately saved out nursing relationship. The reclined position can take a lot of tweaking (recline a little more, a little less, try different placements of your baby), but works wonders for overactive letdown once you find something that works. I did only nurse on one breast per feeding, but I switched breasts for each feeding (i.e. right for 1st feeding, left for 2nd, right for 3rd, etc.). If your supply seems otherwise normal, I would not go beyond that as far as block feeding. And stop pumping altogether if it is possible. Pumping does nothing but worsen overactive letdown issues.
K. Sophia - Mama to my little lactivore, the amazing Mr. X (11/10).