My baby will be three weeks old on Wednesday. From the get go she has had a hard time latching due to a very short toungue and one of my nipples being flat. In the hospital she got expressed colostrom, and then they moved us directly to the nipple shield. We came home with the shields and the syringes to give her supplement as my milk had not fully come in (C-section on a Wednesday, discharge on a Saturday.) The following week we saw the lactation consultant who had us finger feed her for a week and me pumping every 2-3 hours for a total of eight times in 24 hours. This was yielding about 100 mL per day. Upon staring Fenugreek and seeing the LC the following week my supply had gone up to about 230 mL per day, still not enough for an eight pound baby. At our last LC appointment she had us get preemie nipples to help our daughter with her sucking and stretching out her tongue as well as wanted me to have more skin to skin time. Since them we try the breast at every feeding but she screams when I put her there I think because she is so hungery (pretty much waking or eating every three hours like clockwork). Last night we did have success in that she stayed at the breast for about 10 minutes and was sucking, more let-down though, very fast. I did not do anything to change her as just getting her there was a major accomplishment. At this point, even if I can get her there, I don't know if I'll ever produce enough...I'm not sure how much longer I can do this for, any suggestions?