Hi everyone! Due in october. Wondering if any moms had a better breastfeeding experience the second time around. I had horrible excruciating pain for seven months with my daughter. There were times I tried to stop but because I also had an oversupply, I had to pretty much wait until she was eating solids regularly for my supply to slow down. The pain I was experiencing was piercing and deep in my tissue. First of all- NO she did not have a poor latch, actually she latched perfectly. NO tongue or lip ties. YES I met with four lactation consultants, joined support groups, called the hot line, all of that. BTW, my insurance didnt cover ANY of it. I pretty much heard the same thing. "It will get better." But it never actually did. In fact I had pain in my breasts for a year after I stopped. It also caused issues with my husband because I was annoyed he didn't care that I was hurting, yet there was nothing he could do anyway. His response was always "well I don't have boobs so I can't feed her, or "so then just stop breastfeeding." There was no encouragement. After researching and researching on my own, I self diagnosed myself with vasospasms. It was the only thing I read about that sounded similar to the pain I was experiencing. SO, my question is.... are there any other mothers that had the same thing? Second baby same pain?? HELP!!! I vowed never to breastfeed again after the experience I had the first time, but my motherly instincts are kicking in and telling me to try.