I can't say I had any issues with a baby who wouldn't latch on, I actually had the opposite (my girl wouldn't let go, and had an incredible suck, so that by Day 3 I had cracked, extremely painful nipples). I can say that there are people out there to help you. I had to see several different nurses in order to get some sort of help. They all said something different, which was hard as you don't really know what to do and thus are relying on them. Call LLL (La Leche League) and go to a local meeting. They'll have had experience with this same issue and can get help you fix it. If you truly give it 100% committment and your baby doesnt latch, than you should never feel guilty about it. However, there is still a lot you can do before then. She might be getting confused if she's been getting bottles from the get go. I also think pumping will get easier as your body becomes used to it. Your baby is only 10 days old, and will benefit so much from your breastmilk. Even if you aren't exclusively giving breastmilk, some is better than none. I'd just like to give you encouragement to try and work through this. It took 3 weeks for my daughter and I to work through our issues, but we made it 13mths and I was SO happy about it.