My daughter is now 22 days old. I had some success nursing her in the hospital, but due to a fractured left clavicle she suffered during birth (big baby, small birth canal), I had to start expressing earlier than planned and had to start feeding her with the bottle within a week of birth. I still try to feed her directly from the breast, but it's become so painful the sessions are becoming shorter and shorter and end with both of us in tears. I just can't stop her from taking a shallow latch. And that's after I practically have to fight with her to get her to stop wailing her arms around so I can put her mouth on my nipple. Now it seems I'm not able to express as much, which makes me doubly concerned I won't be able to feed her properly. This problem has now led me down the path to depression, and I can barely think about it without crying. Since, obviously, I have to feed my child regularly (or at least try to), this means I'm crying and frustrated alot. My daughter has lots of wet diapers, but didn't gain any weight between 5 and 21 days old. Can anyone please help? What can I do to make it better? I've done so much reading, studied so many diagrams...I just can't get my child latch on properly.