Re: When will it get easier? (Preemie and low supply)
Now that she's officially a term baby, I don't think that "don't let her stay on the breast too long/tire herself out" thing applies any longer. We don't tell moms of 2 week old babies who were born at term to limit time at the breast- in fact, we tell them NOT to do that because there's so much variation in the amount of time it takes a young baby to get a full meal. Some newborns are done in 5-10 minutes, others tale closer to an hour.
I'd love for you tell see a lactation consultant, preferably an IBCLC, and talk to her about your baby's latch and efficiency at the breast. You might want to consider renting a professional scale, and doing some weigh-feed-weigh tests at home. By subtracting your baby's before-feeding weight from her after, you can accurately gauge her intake over the course of a feeding, and by doing that you can know whether or not your baby really needs a supplement, or just some more time on the breast.
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