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An experimental study to evaluate the effectiveness of application of almond oil massage on breast feeding among postnatal mothers undergone lscs at MGMCRI Puducherry

Author: 
Vanitha, N., Prof. Annie Annal, M. and Dr. Renuka K.
Subject Area: 
Life Sciences
Abstract: 

The breast milk is very healthy and full of nutrition, it provides the primary source of nutrition for newborns before they are able to digest more diverse food. The breast milk also contains balanced nutrients that are require for brain development, growth and a healthy immune system that act against viruses, bacteria, and parasites, since an infant’s immune system is not fully developed until the age of 2 yrs. Due to some reasons, few lactating mothers unable to give breast milk to their infant when there is an inadequate milk secretions. Consuming almond oil during lactation promotes milk secretions, as helps in synthesis of Vitamin-B, and also helps in emulsification of globules. As almond oil contains fatty acids, proteins, calcium, and linolenic acids and it is having emollients and helps in increased secretion of breast milk. Aim: This study was aimed to assess the effectiveness of application of almond oil massage on breast feeding among postnatal mothers undergone LSCS at MGMCRI Puducherry. Methodology: Experimental Research Design group pre-test post-test design and 60 mothers Undergone LSCS were selected using simple random sampling technique-lottery method was adopted for this study. Results: The study results show that almond oil massage was effective in promoting breast feeding among post natal mothers underwent LSCS by using UNICEF based breast feeding assessment tool and which can be effectively utilized as a non-pharmacological management for promotion of breast milk secretion . The obtained test value was significant at p<0.001* level. Thus the application of almond oil massage can be used as a complimentary therapy in promoting breast milk secretion.

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