My dd just made 3 months of age and ever since her birth our nursing sessions have been very tough. At first I had cracked and bleeding nipples for a couple of weeks but continued breastfeeding. When my baby was 7 days old I thought that my supply was running low since she wanted to feed constantly, not every 2.5 -3 hours as her ex GP instructed me, and after each feeding session I would pump for good 30 minutes. Needless to say that it was probably a growth spurt. A couple of days later dd became very fussy and gassy, pulling on and off the breast. Also her BM turned watery and explosive. Following another doctor's advice I treated her for diarhea, which she didn't have. In three weeks her BM turned green and she was ever more gassy. I decided to ask for help in this forum and you mammas righty suggested that I had OALD. I cut dairy for a month and started block feeding, but her BM did not improve. Then I decided to increase the blocks to 4 hours per side and then to 6 hours per side. I did 3 weeks with 6 hours blocks but I noticed that dd would fussily nurse for a couple of minutes and then abruptly stop and start crying. And she would cry every time I try to put her back on the breast. The she would fall asleep and wake up in 15 minutes or so and then she would start nursing again. This happened mostly in the evenings. Things got worse as sometimes she would show me signs of hunger and when I attempt to nurse her she would start screaming. She even rejects me holding her. One evening her dad took her to calm her down and she instantly stopped crying but the minute he tried to place her in my lap she began crying. And the last 6 days she crys all the time rejecting to latch on my breasts, especially the left one, or if she does latches she would let go after 10 sucks or so. And she always seems hungry. I try to nurse her when she falls asleep, but the minute she wakes up and realises that she is at my breast she would start crying. I tried just about anything to make her nurse but no success yet.
Please tell me that this situation will finish and at some point we will be able to experience a positive feeding session