Re: I'm starting to get discourage and do t know what to do.
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The first thing that always pops into my mind when there's a question about a baby's weight is the weighing procedure. Has baby always been weighed nude (or in a dry diaper) using the same scale every time? The reason I ask is that a lot of what you describe sounds normal- you're not in pain, the baby nurses frequently, and while the baby's nursing sessions are long they're not out of the ballpark for a 2 month-old baby.
Some things you might want to do:
1. Pump, using a good quality double electric pump. If you're going to be supplementing, there's no reason to put formula in the bottles rather than breastmilk. If you produce the supplements yourself, you'll be keeping your supply equal to baby's needs.
2. Get a professional scale and do some weigh-feed-weigh measurements yourself, at home. By weighing baby before and after feedings, and subtracting the before from the after, you can gain an accurate picture of how much your baby takes in while nursing. This is a much more accurate way of judging intake than watching the suck/swallow ratio.
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