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Mothers who said they stopped breastfeeding due to pain or difficulty were more likely to have a higher depression score while stopping for other reasons such as embarrassment of lifestyle choice did not increase risk of depression at all.
The Ten Steps are measures of a hospital's breastfeeding support before, during, and after a mother's hospital stay.
Among others, they have started the programme 'a breast start in life: addressing social inequalities supporting breastfeeding through inclusion activities'.
Highlights of the breastfeeding week included educational workshops and lectures in English and Arabic to point out the significance of breastfeeding and its impact on both the mother and child's health as well as the difficulties that breastfeeding women could face.
The World Health Assembly has set a global target of increasing exclusive breastfeeding rates for children under six months of age to at least 50 percent by 2025.
About The Birth and Breastfeeding Alliance of San Antonio
e last Infant Feeding Survey, in 2010, showed that while 81% of UK women started to breastfeed, by the time their babies were one week old, less than half (46%) were exclusively breastfeeding, and by six weeks old less than a quarter (23%) were exclusively breastfeeding.
Breastfeeding provides optimal nutrition, assists with physical and emotional development, reduces the incidence of childhood infectious diseases, reduces infant mortality and hospitalisation and reduces the risk of chronic disease.
Latifa Hospital is a baby-friendly hospital and all DHA health facilities encourage breastfeeding techniques and provide complete support and counselling to mothers.
He stressed the need for discussing the role of civil society organizations for protection and promotion of breastfeeding in Pakistan.
Breastfeeding mothers who were themselves entirely formula fed are more likely to stop breastfeeding in the first two weeks (27%) than mothers who were only breastfed themselves (9%).