I am 19 days pp and still do not have enough milk to feed my little one. I feel like I have done everything and it is really upsetting me that I cannot feed my baby. He lost 14% of his birth weight when we were in the hospital so we had to start supplementing with formula. He was 7 pounds 4 ounces at birth. Baby will be 3 weeks old on Sunday. I had a c-section which I know can make it more difficult to breast feed. We saw a lactation consultant in the hospital and this week and both have said he is latching fine and the technique is fine, my supply is just not coming in. We thought he was getting enough milk so the pediatrician told us to start weaning him off formula, but then he only gained an ounce that week so we are back on formula. He is now 7 pounds 1 ounce, he has still not gained his birth weight back. I am letting him latch for 10-15 minutes every 2-3 hours, then giving him 2-3 ounces of formula to get his weight up and then I pump for 15 minutes. I am eating oatmeal every morning, drinking a ton of fluids, trying to get as much sleep as possible and even drinking a beer at night to try to get my supply in. Needless to say feeding are taking about an hour or more and I am exhausted and feeling like at some point I just have to come to grips with the fact that I do not have a big enough supply to feed my baby. That might be best for me mentally and for my bonding with the baby. I am open to any suggestions. The LC weighed baby before the feeding and after and he only took about a quarter of an ounce in 15 minutes. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.