I really think that my son wants more milk, but we're just not making it happen.
I've read all the info. He has enough wet/dirty diapers, but they are by no means soaking. He's in cloth though, so I haven't tried to pour in water myself to see what it feels like. He's gaining weight, well, as of our last doctor's visit which was a couple of weeks ago.
But he does not end a feeding in a good mood. He ends is by pulling off the breast over and over again and relatching over and over again until I give up, or he gives up. And then he cries. He does settle down after a minute or so, but he always acts like he wants more.
This past week he eliminated a middle-of-the-night feeding, so I figured that he would want to nurse more during the day, but he will not nurse unless the milk lets down immediately. If it's not to his liking, he'll throw himself backwards, pull off the breast again and again and just cry. It's terrible!
I'm going to pick up some fenugreek today and see if this can help me increase our supply without him really having to do any work. Any other thoughts on what I can do?
Should I consider going to the doc's and weighing him before/after a feeding or is this too much?