My daughter will be two weeks old on Friday. This past Monday I found out she was still jaundice and not gaining weight because she was not getting enough milk from my breasts. After meeting with a lactation consultant, I learned that my daughter has a severe narrow latch and is unable to latch onto my nipple. She even latches onto bottles incorrectly. Because of this, my milk supply decreased significantly and I hadn't begun a pumping routine yet to store milk. I have to take her to a speech and language pathologist next week to do a feeding evaluation and make sure the muscles in her mouth are working correctly. This is very heartbreaking for me because my breastfeeding experience with my son was wonderful and I was able to breastfeed him until he was 15 months, plus I was a cow when I pumped with him and had a freezer full of milk with him. Yesterday, my lactation consultant told me to pump every two hours and take fenugreek to help boost my supply. Because my daughter isn't latching, I have to nurse her on both sides and then feed her a two ounce bottle at every feeding because she isn't getting enough milk off my breasts. I'm only pumping an ounce to an ounce and a half during each pumping session, and have to supplement the rest with formula. I'm really worried that I'm not going to be able to get my supply back up and give her what I was able to give to my son. Any suggestions as to how I can get my supply back up?