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Volume 37, 2017ERPA International Congresses on Education 2017 (ERPA 2017)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Published online||14 August 2017|
The effects of women’s satisfaction with their birth experience on breastfeeding sufficiency
1 Msc. Midwife, Malatya Doğanşehir State Hospital, Malatya, Turkey
2 Faculty of Health Science, Department of Nursing, Okan University, Turkey
a Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
Postpartum is the period when the family cares and creates a safe environment for the baby, communicates with the baby, adopts new roles, develops family awareness and copes with the problems of the baby. This study has been performed to define how the mothers assessed their birth experience and as a descriptive with intent to reveal the effects of this experience on the postnatal breastfeeding period. The sample of study was composed of 281 mothers who were in the postnatal clinic of İstanbul Okmeydanı Research and Training Hospital and agreed to participate the study between January-May 2015, literate and able to talk and understand Turkish, and also gave birth vaginally or by cesarean section. The survey form included the descriptive features of women and “The Scale Of Satisfaction” and The Scale of Breastfeeding Sufficiency” have been used for gathering data. SPSS 22.0 program was used to analyze the data. As a consequence, the mothers’ satisfaction with their birth experience scale has been varied according to the delivery methods and the elapsed time after birth experience. Relatedly when the satisfaction level of them was varied, the breastfeeding sufficiency of them was also varied, too.
Key words: Birth experience / Breastfeeding Suffiency / Satisfaction
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