Factors associated with breastfeeding self-efficacy according to nipple types
Objective: to analyze factors associated with breastfeeding self-efficacy according to nipple types. Methods: cross-sectional study conducted with 60 mothers admitted to rooming-in. A questionnaire was used in addition to the application of the State-Trait Anxiety Scale and the Breastfeeding Self-Efficacy Scale. Results: the proportion of protruding and non-protruding nipples was 31 (51.6%) and 29 (48.3%), consecutively. The anxiety evaluated was higher in women with non-protruding nipples. While breastfeeding self-efficacy was higher in women with protruding nipples (p=0.027). Factors associated with breastfeeding according to nipple types were: difficulty in gripping (p=0.019), breastfeeding aid (p=0.003) and breastfeeding satisfaction (p=0.043). Conclusion: the Breastfeeding Self-Efficacy Scale score was higher in the group of women with protruding nipple promoting greater satisfaction during practice, while non-protruding women are related to difficulty in gripping, as well as the need for assistance during breastfeeding.
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