Last week Kaias had his 1 week check up and his circumcision. Everything went good with his circumcision, but he had lost weight since he left the hospital so they made an appointment for today to make sure he is gaining weight. I wasn't really worried because I think it is pretty normal for babies to loose weight at first, but I left the doctor's office deteremined to not only make sure that Kai gained some weight, but to try and get his days and nights figured out. So for the last week I have been waking him up during the day every 2 hours to eat. I noticed that when I started to pump this week (in order to start storing up for work) I wasn't hardly pumping anything and I haven't been leaking (too much info?) at all when my milk lets down. Then the last couple days Kai seemed a litte unsatisfied when I would finish feeding him so I literally would feed him like every hour. I went into the appointment today thinking that his weight would be up just fine and I was just going to mention that I was just a little concerned about my milk production (since this has been a problem both times in the past). Well I was totally wrong...Kaias had lost more weight. What the heck!? So now the doctor is putting me on 2 different medications to help with my milk production. I have to pump after every time I nurse him and feed him formula (from a dropper) after every time I nurse him. He doesn't want me to use a bottle cause then I am sure Kai would just quit nursing all together. He is hoping that the meds and the pumping will help bring my milk up to where it needs to be and that the formula will help him not only gain weight, but the strength he needs to nurse better to also help with my milk. The doctor said it seems as though my trouble with nursing and my milk as gotten worse with each child....geez. It is so frustrating when you feel like this is what you are supposed to do but you just can't. Isn't this what my body was made for?? So I am hopeful that everything I am going to be doing will make a difference and I can continue to nurse. We shall see.