Re: Difficulty latching after letdown
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Once a mom has been nursing for a few months, and her supply has adjusted to meet demand very precisely, without a lot of extra milk being made, it's very normal for her to feel "soft" or "empty" pretty much all the time. Feeling full/engorged means you're making more milk than the baby needs. Once supply has adjusted, pump output typically declines- particularly for moms who are not religious pumpers. And when milk goes from overabundant to just enough, the sort of behavior you're seeing- where baby pulls off the breast and fusses- is very common. Best thing you can do for it is to allow the baby to figure out how to use nursing to stimulate the milk supply and flow speed he wants to have. This isn't really a problem you need to fix for him.
Is your baby feeding on demand, and if so, how many times a day does he nurse?
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