DS is 9 months and just sprouted his first tooth about a month ago. The first few weeks he bit me a few times but over the past week he has been biting a few times during every session and it HURTS. I have tried all the suggestions from kellymom including ending the session, saying "ouch' firmly, just pulling him off for a brief moment, and having no distractions with no luck. His nursing sessions have been very short lately as well. I recently have cut down on pumping sessions big time. Prior to cutting down my pumping sessions I had a huge supply so I'm thinking he barely had to work to get let down. Now that I cut my pumping down my supply I'm sure has dropped so he probably has to work harder which he isn't use to. So my worry is that my supply has dropped so much that it's not enough for him which is why he is biting as well. I do think he has working on another tooth due to all his symptoms these past few days (fever, congestion, nose running). Tonight for his bedtime nursing session I ended up nursing first and then giving him a bottle because he was biting me so much. He will just start humming and making noises and then bite me. I don't want to give up nursing- I've worked too hard and come this far to do that. So..anyone have any suggestions? I wasn't going to pump at all this week since I'm on vacation but may just do a morning and night pump to see what my supply is like. Other than that how can I stop the biting?