Im frustrated to the point of tears and I dread having to feed my LO because most of the time the end result is gassiness, crying and inability to sleep uninterrupted. I'm having latching issues with my almost 3 month old. We've come a long way to overcome my over active letdown and milk oversupply and now I have one more hurdle to jump. My LO has difficulty maintaining a deep latch. It's a feat if I can even get a deep latch because he's always wiggling or throwing his arms everywhere when I try to latch him sitting up in my lap. When I do get him to latch he'll drink for literally 3-4 min before he breaks suction and starts gulping air and chokes when I pull him off. He'll start to let the milk pool in his mouth or forget to swallow and he'll choke on a big gulp. I pull him off and I burp him every time he gulps down air but he's in a constant state of gassiness. After that happens he latches horribly by flanging his bottom lip but over extending his top lip on my breast instead of flanging it too. It's a pattern that's been accidentally established and I don't know what to do. I was thinking of having a lactation specialist watch to see what I'm doing wrong. Maybe my over active letdown is too much again. I've tried expressing before he latches and also pulling off when my milk lets down. I would bottle feed with my milk but he's worse on the bottle with gulping and gasping for air even with a slow flow. He can't handle a bottle yet so I'm exclusively breastfeeding. The bottle is a whoooole other issue. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.