Help please! Yesterday my baby turned 2 weeks old and I suddenly lost the milk supply in my right breast. I have had no issues with nursing from the minute he was born. [I was trying to switch off which side I started feeding from each feeding to keep things even since initially it was hard to tell how much/long he would eat from each side. All I can think of is that maybe I lost track and fed him from the left first, two feedings in a row, and possibly, as sometimes happens at night, I may have fallen asleep and switched sides too late. Though I wouldn't think this would effect my supply to this extent. I feel soft and empty all the time on the right and feel no sensation on the right while I feel my left side filling up before a feeding.] Since noticing this yesterday, I have been starting all feedings on the right to try to stimulate production without any success. I can see some milk come out when I squeeze my right breast and my baby sucks for as long as I make him on that side but when I take him off the right he cries which tells me he's still really hungry because he never did that before (Before this issue, even if he'd go on to eat another 5-7 minutes on the 2nd side, he'd never cry when I take him off the 1st side). Last night, I tried pumping the right side after 2 feedings for as long as I could tolerate it- it made me sore (another issue I haven't had, assuming its b/c of the lack of milk)- but got out less than an 1/8 of an oz each time despite pumping for 5-10 minutes. Meantime, my left breast feels full all the time- I'm assuming it is overproducing to make up for the right or b/c since yesterday he has been sucking more out of it stimulating new milk production... Next feeding I plan on trying to pump the right while he eats from the left to see how much is actually in there- though I hesitated to do this because then he is less likely to suck well on that side. Please help ASAP-I feel like the longer I am stuck like this, the harder it will be to get out of this situation!