Breastfeeding for the working women

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  1. What an awesome write up! The fact is that many nursing mothers don’t understand the benefit of exclusive breastfeeding. As such they attach little importance to establishing breastfeeding before resuming work
    Also, the best thing is for the mothers to have their babies around every time so as to get them breastfed on demand
    it’s also worthy of a note that exclusive breastfeeding is a former of contraception if the criteria according to ‘belagio concencus’ can be met

  2. Ladies themselves don’t know how important it is to breastfeed their babies on demand and as such don’t wait to establish breastfeeding before resuming work
    What an awesome write up! It’s also worthy of a note that exclusive breastfeeding is a form of contraception if criteria according to belagi concensus can be met

  3. Ayowole Damilola Jeremiah says:

    This is a awesome writeup, no doubt. The long term benefit of timely and adequate breastfeeding cannot be overemphasized, hence there is a need to adequately sensitize breastfeeding mothers, especially those active at work, as addressed here on the necessity and importance of breastfeeding their child adequately. This was made further easier by stating various ways to schedule breastfeeding despite obvious busy schedules.

  4. What an awesome write up! The fact is that many
    nursing mothers don’t understand the benefit of
    exclusive breastfeeding. As such they attach little
    importance to establishing breastfeeding before
    resuming work
    Also, the best thing is for the mothers to have
    their babies around every time so as to get them
    breastfed on demand
    it’s also worthy of a note that exclusive
    breastfeeding is a form of contraception if the
    criteria according to ‘belagio concencus’ can be
    met

  5. Jay Jay says:

    Informative write up here. I think more needs to be done on educating women on the advantages of breastfeeding,not only for their babies,but for them as well. If this is done,I believe more women will be willing to go through the ‘stress’ of breastfeeding despite a demanding career. Workplaces should also be encouraged to adopt a ‘Baby-Friendly’ attitude. Such that where possible,daycare centres will be available on-site,making it easier for mothers to breastfeed their babies, without taking too much time off work.

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