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Exploring impacts of breastfeeding during pregnancy to the mother in Indonesian society

Author: SHINTA RAHMAWATI, MUFDLILAH
Abstract: Mothers who breastfeed during pregnancy may experience some discomfort from sore nipples, additional pain in the breast, and psychological discomfort. The objective is to find out the reasons for mothers to choose breastfeeding or to stop breastfeeding during pregnancy, reasons for the occurrence of rapid pregnancy, physical, psychological, social, spiritual breastfeeding during pregnancy. This study is a qualitative research using a phenomenological approach in Indonesian setting. Data collection methods was indepht interviews as primary data. The finding shows that from six participants only one participant continued breastfeeding during pregnancy. Five participants chose to stop breastfeeding when they were pregnant. Information obtained by mothers to breastfeed during pregnancy is still lacking and limited. There is also a prohibition from health workers for mothers not to continue breastfeeding during pregnancy. Maternal health status can be seen from physical, psychological, social and spiritual health. Most participants choose to stop breastfeeding during pregnancy. Midwives are expected to be able to increase their knowledge and understand the condition mothers who can continue breastfeeding during pregnancy and the impact of breastfeeding during pregnancy through health education or counseling.
Keyword: Breastfeeding, Exclusive Breastfeeding, Impact, Pregnancy, Rapid Repeat Pregnancy
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.04.060
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