Hi all, I have a 3 month old little girl (DD #2) and have been blessed to be able to breastfeed this time around (first time didn't work out). Some background to this situation - we got off to a great start feeding, but around 6 weeks her weight gain slowed down. There's been many visits to the LC, the paed and the childhood health nurse - after trying different things (cutting out lactose, tests on stool samples, zantac for possible silent reflux, adding a dreamfeed, increasing my supply to a ridiculous level with herbal supplements) with no consistent improvement, it was finally realised she had a tongue tie and lip tie. I had them snipped a week ago by a paediatric dentist. I am just wondering if anyone else had this procedure done on an "older" baby who had already been feeding for a while, and what I can expect now? I followed up with a lactation consultant who said it can take a while to improve as the baby has to relearn how to use the tongue and suck etc. She said baby's latch is great and looks deep, but she can still see that she's only swallowing every 2 to 3 sucks (so still struggling to extract milk efficiently), and her lips were still very tight and holding a lot of tension. She recommended going to a chiropractor to have some bodywork done to release the tension. We had our first visit today and the chiropractor was great! He seemed very knowledgeable and did some gentle adjustments on her back, neck and head, and also helped me with the exercises and stretches I need to be doing in her mouth. We have another appointment later in the week and I will also be following up with the LC. I feel confident that I've gotten the right help and engaged all the right people, but I am just not sure when I can expect to see an improvement? Or if I will at all? Would love to hear anyone else's experiences. She's dropped from the 50th percentile to the 10th and my biggest fear is that it will keep dropping. To make it more complicated, my husband is completely unsupportive of me breastfeeding and thinks I have now reached a "ridiculous" level taking baby to the chiropractor. Any thoughts, advice or experiences would be appreciated. Thanks!!