Re: Reasons latch is still not improving?
After reading your other post, I am thinking that you have a fast letdown/oversupply issue, and that's what's causing the latch issues. Clicking, spraying (which you mentioned in your other post), and slipping up/clamping down on the nipple during the feeding are all textbook forceful letdown issues. The baby compresses the nipple as he feeds to control the flow- it's like crimping a hose to slow down the water flow enough that you can drink from it with ease.
First thing to try: reclined nursing positions. They enlist the aid of gravity to slow milk flow, which may reduce baby's need to pull off and clamp down. If that plus time doesn't work, you may need to progress to block feeding. But don't do that yet- block feeding is designed to reduce supply and it's possible to go too far.
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