I don't wish this issue on anyone. It sounds nice, but really it leads to clogs, leakage, and higher risk of mastitis... let alone dealing with constant engorgement. There are ways to get it managed and reduce your supply to something more manageable. PP has good ideas, and here's some more info on kellymom. http://www.kellymom.com/bf/concerns/mom/engorgement.html
Yes, with my last child (DD#2) . I had to nurse laying down for 2 months. I would pump 9oz in 10 minutes an hour AFTER I nursed her and that was at 9pm!!!!
It wasn't painful or anything though and resolved itself around 3-4 months.
Amy Drinkwater:I did; block nursing in 2hr blocks helped me. Then once my supply came down to meet Ian's demand I went back to alternating breasts at each feeding. It was uncomfortable for a couple of weeks but things are much better now.
I did this too for a few weeks until I was more comfortable. It took until DS was three months old for my supply to even out and just meet his needs. He was finally able to comfort nurse then too. In ten minutes, I still pump 2 ounces after he eats from one side and at least 4-6 from the other, if he didn't eat from it. At least now I don't *have* to pump though, but I can definitely tell if it's been longer than normal between feedings or if I drank more water/ate more good foods the day before.