I'll try to keep this short and sweet. I have an eight week old little boy (my first). I have been exclusively breastfeeding and is gaining weight well. The latch looks
good from the outside but it is excruciating most of the time. I have seen three lactation consultants, a lactation doctor, and a pediatric dentist and it's not improving.
He had a procedure for a posterior tongue a little over a month ago.
The last LC told me the next step is to try cranial sacral work. She also said that
she may have felt another tongue tie behind the one that was taken away? Which
sounds a bit strange to me since my little guy can stick his tongue out pretty far
now. If thats true she said he may need another laser procedure to remove it.
Anyhow, after reading some of the posts on here I thought I would reach out for
some help. Is it true that if you stick with it it will improve over time? As the baby gets bigger? I really don't want to put him through any more procedures or people poking around in his mouth and I really don't want to stop or pump and bottle
feed if I don't have too. Any advice will be greatly appreciated.