Re: help: sticking tongue out, crying, and refusing to latch
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I'm thinking that your 4 week-old baby has already learned an interesting fact: that when you turn her sideways to nurse her in the cradle hold, she is going to get a fast letdown of milk and that isn't going to be comfortable for her. So she objects to being turned.
When mom has oversupply, fast feedings are normal. My second kid, who had to deal with a LOT of milk, often nursed in under 5 minutes. It was wild, because my firstborn would spend up to an hour nursing and comfort-sucking! My second kid was also a much fussier nurser because she was getting blasted by a very strong, rapid milk flow. She frequently pulled off the breast while nursing and was reluctant to go back on because nursing was sometimes too uncomfortable for her.
The first thing I suggest that you do is to experiment with some different nursing positions. The more upright you can keep baby, and the more you yourself can recline, the more comfortable baby may be. I'd even try having baby lie belly to belly with you, while you lie on your back. The more you can enlist gravity to slow the flow of milk, the more comfortable nursing should be for your baby.
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