Does milk spray out when she unlatches? If so, then it probably is overactive let down. You can do express milk into a towel for a minute and then put the baby back on your breast to make it easier. Not sure what hold you use when feeding. I usually hold E in a cradle hold, but when I have an overactive letdown especially in the morning or after he sleeps a long time, I hold him in a cradle hold but slight above my breast. That way instead of the milk choking him, I have gravity on my side. nbsp;
This sounds more likely than reflux. When they pull on the nipple they are clamping down to slow the flow. Kelly Mom has more signs if you want to learn more and suggestion for positions that will help the baby eat more successfully.