I also think it sounds like she's not latching on correctly. In the immediate term you might try pumping until you can talk to somebody; that way she won't make it worse but can still get many of the benefits of breast milk. Also Lansinoh works for a lot of nipple problems, although maybe more topical like chapping and cracking. In the longer term, you can try talking to a lactation counselor. A good alternative to this though is to talk to a La Leche League leader or go to group meetings to get (free!) help and assistance. They will encourage you to continue breastfeeding, but will also give you techniques to try to get her to latch on correctly. You can go to their website www.llli.org and get a number of a leader near you who you can call today. Breastfeeding can hurt sometimes, but it shouldn't hurt all the time. And often it really isn't as simple as putting the baby to your breast. But there are lots of people who will encourage you, and you'll know that you really did everything you could to give your babe the best you can. In the end, that's all any of us can do - whether our kids think it's enough is a whole other story!