My 10 month old son just cut his first tooth, and he hasn't nursed since Saturday evening. We used to nurse 5 or 6 times a day, and now when I put him to the breast he screams and pulls away. I'm able to give him expressed milk from a cup or syringe (he does better with the syringe), and he's taking a lot of solids. I'm worried that he's not getting enough to drink, as he's not having nearly as many wet diapers as usual. He's been pleasant, but I'm not ready to give up nursing yet! How long will this last?
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