Re: 8 weeks old baby does not nurse
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Since your baby will latch and will nurse, and because you have a milk supply which is equivalent to the baby's needs, it seems to me that your primary challenge is going to be taking the bottles out of your nursing relationship. Using the SNS to supplement baby at the breast would be one way to get the bottles out of the picture. I totally understand why you're reluctant to try that- I have used a SNS and it is definitely a tricky device to use!
Another thing to try would be to latch her on, nurse her, give her a SMALL bottle (maybe 1 oz) and then latch her on again. That way she will get her most urgent hunger needs met by the bottle, but she'll still be hungry enough to nurse well at the breast.
Does baby sleep with you in bed? Often babies who don't nurse all that well during the day will nurse well at night, because they're too sleepy and relaxed to hold out for a bottle.
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