We're having a very difficult time with breastfeeding at our house and it's totally bumming me out. In all honesty, it's making me feel like such a failure, but I know that most of my feelings are the result of the crazy shift in hormones running through my body. We met with a lactation consultant (at the tune of $120 per hour, ouch!) last week and she determined that our problems latching are the result of nipple size and a slight case of ankyloglossia, aka tongue-tie. We're hoping that as he grows, both issues will be resolved. Until then, I rented a hospital grade pump and have been pumping every 3 or so hours. What's really bumming me out is that I'm not producing enough milk to feed our son. Each and every time I pump, I get no more than a ounce from both breasts combined. So far, I've tried oatmeal, increasing my fluid intake, and pumping more often. Nothing has worked. Tomorrow, I'm going to hunt down some fenugreek. Have any of you been in similar situations? Anything else I can try?