Any suggestions on breastfeeding positions for fussy newborn?
hold her close to you.
I'd suggest taking your bub to a lactation consultant or to the midwife/child health nurse and get them to watch a feed. They'll be able to see if it's just normal newborn fussiness (in which case there's not much you can do other than give your bub time to get used to being in the world!) or if there's a reason they're fussing. It's really hard to tell without seeing your bub. Lots of newborns just fuss with no reason ever found. Most of the grow out of it within a few months.