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      Oral galactagogues (natural therapies or drugs) for increasing breast milk production in mothers of non-hospitalised term infants

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      Cochrane Pregnancy and Childbirth Group
      Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews
      Wiley

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          Toward Consistency in Breastfeeding Definitions

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            Factors influencing the reasons why mothers stop breastfeeding.

            To explore the reasons why women stop breastfeeding completely before their infants are six months of age and to identify the factors associated with cessation and the timing of cessation.
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              Studies in human lactation: milk volumes in lactating women during the onset of lactation and full lactation.

              After validation of test-weighing procedures milk volumes produced by 13 multiparous Caucasian women were followed longitudinally through the first year of lactation. All practiced exclusive breast-feeding for at least 5 mo. Milk transfer to the infant was low on days 1 and 2 and increased rapidly to 498 +/- 129 g/d (means +/- SD) on day 5 and then more slowly to 753 +/- 89 g/d during months 3-5. There was a characteristic milk volume for each mother-infant pair that was significantly related neither to milk yield on days 4-6 nor to birth weight. It was, however, strongly related to infant weight at 1 mo, suggesting that infant and/or maternal factors coming into play during the first month of life are strong determinants of subsequent milk transfer to the infant.
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                Journal
                146518
                Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews
                Wiley
                14651858
                May 18 2020
                Affiliations
                [1 ]Department of Paediatrics; RCSI & UCD Malaysia Campus (formerly Penang Medical College); George Town Malaysia
                [2 ]Santa Barbara County Public Health Department; Nutrition Services/Breastfeeding Program; Santa Maria California USA
                [3 ]C/O Department of Paediatrics; RCSI & UCD Malaysia Campus (formerly Penang Medical College); George Town Malaysia
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                10.1002/14651858.CD011505.pub2
                53b75bfc-8708-46e4-a508-a505971eebbd
                © 2020
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