Do Expectant Mothers' Breastfeeding Plans Influence Provider Prenatal Contraceptive Counseling?

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Summary of "Do Expectant Mothers' Breastfeeding Plans Influence Provider Prenatal Contraceptive Counseling?"

Breastfeeding and optimal birth spacing are associated with improved maternal and infant health outcomes worldwide. Provision of contraceptive advice that is aligned with recommendations for breastfeeding has potential to maximize maternal and infant health. Although there is broad agreement regarding the breastfeeding compatibility of specific postpartum contraceptive methods, it is not known whether maternal breastfeeding intention influences prenatal provider contraceptive counseling.


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Name: Journal of human lactation : official journal of International Lactation Consultant Association
ISSN: 1552-5732
Pages: 890334419875944


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