So the last few weeks Tayden has been quite the fussy bug. I just really couldn't figure out what his deal was. Then a couple weeks ago at work I noticed that I was hardly pumping anything...like maybe barely 3 ounces...which is way less than I am sure he normally eats. So I began to think that maybe this is why he has been so fussy. I really want to be able to nurse as long as possible so I stopped working out thinking that may be contributing to the drop in my milk. I waited it out and went two weeks without working out at all...hoping that I would go back to work and my milk would be back up to normal and Tayden would be his sweet little happy self. On top of that I started letting Tayden nurse every time he acted fussy...I'm talking it's been like 3 or 4 days of me nursing every hour and a half. He is obviously hungry cause every time that seems to be what he wants. Anyway I get to work last night and all I pump is 2 ounces! 2 stinkin ounces...what the?! So I don't know what the deal is...I am obivously a horrible milking cow...my body is not doing it's job. Today I nursed him and when he finished he was so bent out of shape cause he was still hungry...I tried to get him to latch back on, but he wasn't getting anything and my milk wouldn't let down so he just kept getting more and more angry. So I went and made 2 ounces of formula to see what he would do and he inhaled it. This happened to me with Boston and I ended up on some meds to help increase my milk, but they never really did the job and he ended up weening himself at like 7 months. I called the Dr. today and the first thing he asked me was if I had been working out or dieting or loosing weight. I told him that I had started working out more seriously but when I noticed the drop in my milk that I stopped. I haven't changed the way I have been eating at all, but I have lost weight kinda involuntary. He told me that if I wanted to get my milk back up and keep nursing, to let Tayden nurse any time he fusses or acts like he wants to...basically what I have already been doing. He said if that doesn't work then I may have to try the medication again or start supplementing formula. So any idea I had before of when Tayden is hungry or tired or just wanting attention is totally shot now. I have no clue what he is wanting when he fusses now. I just nurse him all day long....which is ok, but I am very disappointed in my boobs at the moment....they just aren't cuttin it.