Crying at the breast
Some babies will fuss, cry or pull off the breast during breastfeeding. There are a number of reasons why this might be happening. It's pretty. Your baby, who has always come to your breast for comfort, love, and nourishment, is now screaming, crying, and arching away from your. As an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant, I get frequent calls from moms whose babies scream and cry during breastfeeding—sometimes. Some babies will fuss, cry or pull off the breast during breastfeeding. There are a number of reasons why this might be happening. It’s pretty common to see this type of behavior at around weeks, though it can occur at any time. If your baby is generally fussy (not just when nursing) see My baby is fussy! Why is my baby crying at the breast? My son is 10 weeks old and he has cried at the breast from birth. He will anxiously latch on for a brief moment or two (if he latches on at all) before pushing away and proceeding to roll over on his back, kicking, screaming and looking up at me as if to say, "Mommy, Mommy, please fix it!!!". My daughter, Amy is a week shy of 7 months old. For the past month she was only interested in tasting food and never seemed interested when I offered her solid food. (would take a taste but then turn her head or purse her lips) Well, over the last few days she's been having these episodes where she would cry at the breast like she didn't want it.