Re: Is it too late?
Welcome to the forum! I'm sorry your baby was and is such a reluctant nurser. It sounds like you're blaming yourself- thinking that he didn't want to nurse because you didn't have a lot of milk early on. But that's probably not it. No mom has abundant milk in the first few days after birth, and babies are designed to do well on the very small amounts of colostrum a mom produces until her milk comes in (something which generally happens between day 2 and day 5). It's possible your baby is just a reluctant nurser- some babies are. Being born via c-section could also have had an effect; many babies born via c-section must be vigorously suctioned and that first rough experience can sometimes make them reluctant to latch on and nurse.
Anyway, it's definitely not too late to get your baby back to the breast, though of course there are no guarantees of success! This link on nursing strikes explains a lot of the techniques used to get babies to nurse: http://kellymom.com/bf/concerns/child/back-to-breast/. The skin-to-skin and instant reward techniques are said to be especially helpful.
I know that supplementing at the breast is tricky, especially when you have to hold your breast. I suggest getting a supply of pillows for positioning yourself and baby, and rolled up washcloths, which you can tuck under your breast in order to get it into the proper position. Side-lying nursing is also great because the surface you're lying on supports breast and baby simultaneously, leaving you with both hands free for positioning.
What sort of pump are you using, and how often do you pump?
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