My 3.5 month old (EBF) constantly refuses my right breast. She has been finally accepting it about once per day and if she's sleeping in the night (we bed share and cosleep) so I try to give her the right breast during the night a few times. Even then she probably only empties it twice per day at most.
Any tips for how to overcome this? I feel like I've tried every position to help her take the right breast, but she really doesn't want anything to do with it. I have more than enough milk in the left breast, and she's gaining well and having 3-5 dirty and 6+ wet diapers a day mostly just nursing the left breast. This has been going on for at least 6 weeks, more like 2 months.
I don't want to let the right breast dry up if that's a bad idea, although it'd be awesome if I could just use the left! I've been pumping the right one a little bit to relieve it when it's too full, on an average pumping I get 3.5 oz just in the right breast, which is smaller and I know the supply is lower. Of course I'm sure that's an underestimate since she could probably get more out herself.
I think the right has a slower flow and is anatomically different (I can tell), maybe she just doesn't like it?