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BREASTFEEDING BARRIERS AND INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT FACTORS ON BREASTFEEDING BARRIERS IN INDJIJA /

PREPREKE DOJENJA I UTICAJ RAZLIČITIH FAKTORA NA PREPREKE DOJENJA U INĐIJI

Authors

 

Tanja Rozek Mitrović1, Vesna Petrović1

1Primary Health Care Center „Dr. Milorad Mika Pavlović“ Indjija, Serbia/ Dom zdravlja „dr Milorad Mika Pavlović“ Inđija, Srbija

 

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The paper was received / Rad primljen: 20.08.2021.

Accepted / Rad prihvaćen: 10.09.2021.

 


Correspondence to:


dr spec. pedijatrije Tanja Rožek Mitrović,
ul. Laze Kostica 18, 22320 Indjija,
Phone: 381 63 8054585
e-mail: rozekt@gmail.com

 

 

Abstract

 

Backgraund: The World Health Organization and American Academy of Paediatrics have recommended exclusive breastfeeding until the age of 6 months. Unfortunately, there are many barriers to breastfeeding, biological, psychological, social, economic. The objective of this study was to assess the breastfeeding barriers of mothers in a relationship to different factors. Material and Methods: This study uses data routinely collected during health visits to the pediatrician, completing the survey by the mother, in Indjija, suburban area in Serbia. In this study, 1089 surveys were processed. Results: The most common answers to the question about breastfeeding barriers are insufficient milk supply (51%) and returning to work (11.4%). Other reasons to stop breastfeeding: infant disease (2.5%), mother disease (8.7%), mastitis and retracted nipples (2.4%), feeding the baby an infantile formula for better progress and longer baby sleep, next pregnancy are in a small percentage. Conclusion: The biggest breastfeeding obstacle is insufficient milk supply, returning to work and seldom it is the disease of the baby or mother. The most important thing for the future mother is to set up education about the techniques and advantages of breastfeeding prenatally in the counseling center for pregnant women and to continue that education in the development counseling center with the maximum support of the family and health workers.


Keywords:

breastfeeding barriers, breastfeeding problems, insufficient milk supply, infant nutrition

 

 

 

Sažetak

 

Uvod: Svetska zdravstvena organizacija i Američka akademija pedijatrije preporučuju isključivo dojenje do navršenih 6 meseci. Nažalost, postoji mnogo prepreka dojenju, koje možemo razvrstati u biološke, psihološke, socijane, ekonomske. Cilj ove studije bio je prepoznati prepreke za dojenje u odnosu na različite faktore. Materijal i metode: Ova studija je koristila podatke koji su prikupljeni anketom popunjenom od strane majke tokom zdravstvenih poseta pedijatru u Inđiji, prigradskom području u Srbiji. U ovoj studiji obrađeno je 1089 anketa. Rezultati: Najveći broj odgovora na pitanje prepreka dojenju je nedostatak mleka (51%) i vraćanje na posao (11,4%). Ostali razlozi prestanka dojenja: bolest bebe (2,5%), bolest majke (8,7%), mastitis i uvučene bradavice (2,4%), hranjenje bebe infantilnom formulom zbog boljeg napredovanja i dužeg spavanja bebe, druga trudnoća nalazi se u malom procentu. Zaključak: Najveću prepreku dojenju predstavlja nedovoljnost sekrecije mleka koju majke osećaju, vraćanje na posao a manje je to bolest bebe ili majke. Najvažnije je da buduća majka započne edukaciju o tehnikama i prednosti dojenja prenatalno u savetovalištu za trudnice i da nastavi tu edukaciju u razvojnom savetovalištu uz maksimalnu podršku porodice i zdravstvenih radnika.


Ključne reči:

prepreke dojenja, problemi pri dojenju, nedovoljna sekrecija mleka, ishrana odojčeta

 

 

 

 

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