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ISSN 1858-3598

Vol. 10 / No. 1 / Published : 2015-04

TOC : 2, and page :9 - 19

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Original Article :

The difference in breastmilk production between acupresure point for lactation and oxytocin massage

Author :

  1. Dwi Rahayu*1
  2. Budi Santoso*2
  3. Esti Yunitasari*3
  1. Akper Dharma Husada Kediri
  2. RSUD Dr. Soetomo Surabaya / FK Universitas Airlangga Surabaya
  3. Dosen Fakultas Keperawatan

Abstract :

Introduction: Breastfeeding is the adaptation process experienced by postpartum mothers. If she assisted when started breastfeeding,  the mothers will succeed to continue breastfeeding. In reality milk ejection very little on the first days after birth is a constraint in early breastfeeding. Acupressure points for lactation can increase milk production, help maximize prolactin and oxytocin receptors and minimize the side effects of delaying in the breastfeeding process. The objective of this study was to prove the difference effect of Acupressure Points for lactation and oxytocin massage to increase milk production and Comfort On Postpartum Mothers. Method: This study used a quasi-experimental design with pre-post test design with control group. The sample of this study was recruited using consecutive sampling, consist of  27 Mother Postpartum primiparous, divided into 3 groups. Comfort was measured with GCQ, and milk production measured with Weighing Test. Data measured before and after the intervention, and analyzed by ANOVA with α: 0.05. Results: The results showed there was a significant difference in comfort between the Acupressure Points For Lactation, Oxytocin massage and Control group (p: 0.035). and there was a a significant difference in milk production between the Acupressure Points For Lactation, Oxytocin massage and Control group (p: 0013). Analysis and Discussion: Conclusion, Acupressure Points For Lactation effective to increase comfort and milk production in Postpartum Mothers in Kediri District Hospital. This technique should be used as an alternative intervention in treatment of Postpartum Mothers and nurses need to teach these techniques to patients to be more independent to reduces the problem of lactation.

Keyword :

Acupressure Points For Lactation, Comfort, milk production,


References :

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  2. Welford, H., (2009). Menyusui bayi anda. - : Jakarta: Dian Rakyat


   


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