New poster here.
DS is 6 weeks old today. I noticed symptoms of an oversupply around 2 weeks old. I denied it for a couple days, but the green frothy poop wasn't going anywhere, so I started 2 hour block feeding. It got better, so I stopped and the green poop returned. I went to a LLL meeting and the very helpful ladies there had lots of oversupply experience. The leader recommended I continue the block feeding. So I did. It was getting only marginally better, so two days ago, I increased my blocks to three hours. The next day (yesterday), BEAUTIFUL mustard yellow poop! (I never thought I'd see the day where the sight of a certain kind of poop could make me happy! lol) Also, my breasts are a lot less full between feedings. Hooray! Problem solved, right? But he's also feeding like a demon (hooray for the 6 week growth spurt). Ordinarily, I'd continue the block feeding to ensure the oversupply doesn't come back, but I'm concerned whether I could end up cutting the supply too much to be able to handle his growth spurt. What should I do?
TIA for your help.