Re: Baby won't latch big
If the latch feels okay and the baby is producing enough wet/poopy diapers and is gaining weight appropriately, then there's no reason to worry. A latch that feels good usually IS good.
Clicking and fast nursing sessions together suggest fast letdowns and oversupply, and your baby is still brand-new, which increases the likelihood. Most moms overproduce in the early days of breastfeeding; it's nature's way of ensuring the baby gets enough to eat while mastering the art of breastfeeding. Try using reclined nursing positions, which enlist gravity to slow the flow of milk to the baby, making nursing more comfortable for him.
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