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Post-natal breastfeeding protection from chronic pain


Mothers who breast-feed their babies for at least two months after cesarean section are about three times less likely to breast-feed than those who breast-feed for a shorter period than two months.

Post-natal breastfeeding protection from chronic pain

In the United Kingdom, USA and Canada a quarter of the parents have a cesarean section. It will appear as a parent after this chronic pain, which lasts three months longer. In addition, it is a well-known fact that breast milk is the most important nutrient in the first phase of life, and it is recommended that you spend at least six months breastfeeding. A study conducted by Nuestra Señora de Valme University Hospital, Spain, examined 185 women with cesarean delivery who had undergone interventions between January 2015 and December 2016. The mothers were asked about both chronic pain and breastfeeding, first after 24 and 72 hours after birth, and then 4 months later. Other factors were examined: the mother's health and occupation, as well as her anxiety about breastfeeding, were all in the field. As it turned out, a mother breastfeeding for less than two months (23 percent) has always experienced chronic pain after surgery, this rate has been neglected for long-term nursing at the same age.
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