The choice to breastfeed is the mothers to make and sometimes mothers do not feel comfortable when it comes to breastfeeding. This is understandable, but pumping your milk and giving it to the baby can give nutritional value – it still doesn't provide that skin to skin bonding that you would get from breastfeeding.
One thing that should remain constant however, when working with any care provider for you and your baby – you should not feel pressured or pushed into doing anything that you do not want to do. This goes for while you're pregnant, while giving birth and also when the baby has arrived. This is a breach of trust and it also puts too much on the mother. You want to be the one in control and with the right provider, you can be. Trust in the woman you work with, but at the same time, know that she knows what you want out of the entire experience.
If you're going to be delivering and you're unsure of whether or not you want to breastfeed your newborn, take a look at some of the information out there to find out what would be a good thing to do when it comes to what you should do. There are benefits and downsides to both – but being an informed mommy is always a good thing since you want to make the best decision that you can.