So my sweet little boy was born on his due date. Long labor and high blood pressure caused him to pass his meconium in the womb. He breathed it in and had to be rushed to the NICU after an emergency c-section. I didn't get to see him for two days because he was airlifted to another city. When I finally got to him he had been given a pacifier even though I instructed the nurses not to. He was also fed through a feeding tube. I had to teach him how to use a nipple and measure how much he ate so he could come home. By the time we were able to breastfeed he wouldn't take my nipple at all. It took about two months to work it out but we overcame it all and we're able to exclusively breastfeed. In that time I got a clogged milk duct, endless nipple pain from a bad latch and emotionally wore myself out. Now at 3 1/2 months we were doing great. He was sleeping 7 hours at night, so I went back to work. I don't have a job that allows me to pump whenever I want, I'm stressed about money and I'm so tired I failed to pump while he was sleeping so long. Where did my milk go?! Now we're back to every 2 hours at the most at the breast. I can't get much when I pump. I'm trying everything. Mother's milk tea, fenugreek. I'm pumping more. It just doesn't seem like he's satisfied the way he used to be. This has been the hardest thing I've ever done in my life, and for that reason I refuse to give up. I have a completely unsupportive mother. She told me I'm probably drying up and maybe it's time to give him formula. And my dad always tells me he eats too much and I should add cereal to his bottle. I breastfeed dad! Anyway, sorry for the rant. A little help anyone?