I have a 7 month old daughter who is refusing to nurse at night. This problem began soon after her visit to the doctor who was concerned that she hadn't gained much weight in 3-4 weeks and suggested I start supplementing with formula. She has a history of reflux and a milk protein allergy. When she was a newborn, she had to be supplemented with formula for awhile but I was able to successfully transition her to breastfeeding only and she was doing very well with that for a long time. Since returning to work, she has gradually become more frustrated during nursing because it seems she wants more and cries after a nursing session comes to an end. My inlaws would tell me that she would demand more than I was pumping and so we gradually increased her bottle intake to 3 1/2 ounces, and I pump about 2-2 1/2 ounces per session, so I'm always behind. In the last week, she refuses to nurse at my breast for the last feeding of the night before bedtime and screams and screams until we give her the bottle of formula of which she takes 6 ounces, however she will nurse normally during the day. I am truly heart broken because even with the extensively hydrolized formula, she is more congested, spits up more and I hate giving it to her. I don't understand why she takes my breast during the day (with the holiday, I've been able to nurse her on demand completely) but refuses to nurse for that last session. I just don't know what I can do to get her back on the breast for those nightly feedings.