My baby has had good weight gain and is certainly filling enough nappies (more than enough, at least one per feed during the day and every other feed at night).
I initially had lots of milk, was engorged a lot and she struggled to feed. She was a c section birth and very sleepy - she'd fall asleep after a couple of sucks, so I decided to pump to keep up my supply while she got the hang of it.
Stopped pumping after 3 weeks and things seemed to be going well, but her wind at night has got worse and worse (waking up every half hour after 3am straining, usually refuses a feed though) and for the last week she's had green poo off and on. When I see it come out its extremely frothy. She's also very congested sounding at night, so I wonder if it could be a cows milk protein intolerance?
Or oversupply, or a bad latch. She often doesn't open her mouth very wide at all so I suspect the latter, sometimes she's just hanging off my nipple and my breast often feels quite hard afterwards still. Should I pump after feeding to ensure its drained and keep supply up, or is that a bad idea in case it's oversupply in the first place?
I did go to a bf support group on Thursday where the IBCLC checked for tongue tie and saw one feed which went fine- she didn't really have much to add about what I do when she doesn't open her mouth enough.
Grateful for any suggestions as I'm really getting worried about the state of her nappies and scared I'll lose ,y supply if she's not feeding properly.