Re: After bottle feeding, baby won't latch
Very much with the PP. Do take a look at her links! They tell you pretty much everything you need to do to get baby back on the breast and ditch the formula. The instant reward and skin-to-skin techniques are do said to be especially helpful. I forget if kellymom addresses nipple shields or not, but if she doesn't then you might want to consider using one- they are very good for getting reluctant latchers to go back to the breast.
I just want to address pumping. A lot of moms think that they have to let milk "build up" in the breast before they can pump it out. And experience will seem to bear that out- if you pump every 3-4 hours you'll get more milk than if you pump every 2-3 hours. The tricky thing is that this only works at first! As time goes on, you will find that longer intervals between pumping sessions will yield less milk. Basically, it is far better to pump more often, even if you get less milk, than to wait and pump out a lot more milk. Your body interprets frequent stimulation to and milk removal from the breast as a cue to make more milk, and long intervals between stimulation/milk removal events as a cue to make less.
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