My son has never ended a nursing session by pushing my nipple out of his mouth. Up until a week or so ago, he was never done nursing. Now, there are times when he seems to be done because he looks in the other direction and pops off my breast. He will go back to the breast a second later only to pop back off again 2 sucks later. The cycle continues until I end the nursing session, which is usually because he pulls away while clamping down. I tell him "no biting mama" but I often wonder if he related what I've said to him clamping down. He bites at other times but this happens most often and hurts the worst.
Is there a way to teach my 6 month old son to push the nipple out of his mouth when he's done nursing? Is it okay to end the nursing session when he gets distracted and pulling off continuously? Could he be pulling off and biting because he wants to end the nursing session?
I read the tips on what to do when a baby bites but I can't seem to catch him in time to unlatch him before he bites. Usually he bites as he's unlatching. When he bites while remaining latched, I unlatch him, tell him not to bite, and put him down. I think he may be teething but is it possible that he's done nursing and that's just his way of telling me? He always goes back to the breast if I let him after he's pulled off but he seems very uninterested in nursing.
Any help would be appreciated.