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Women Empowered Through Education to Breastfeed

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Women Empowered Through Education to Breastfeed

The experience of breastfeeding-related pain is common for postpartum women, but is not often anticipated as part of the postpartum experience. This feasibility randomized controlled trial aims to examine the effectiveness of a nurse-led educational intervention using anticipatory guidance among pregnant women wishing to breastfeed on breastfeeding outcomes, breastfeeding-related pain, and maternal satisfaction.

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Education on breastfeeding pain

A Registered Nurse with specialization in antenatal and postpartum care will deliver a one-hour, group-based educational session specifically on breastfeeding-related pain, including: common causes of nipple pain, prevalence of nipple pain, impact of pain on milk ejection reflex, and common approaches to prevention and management of nipple pain.

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Empowering Women to Cope With Breastfeeding Pain: A Feasibility Randomized Controlled Trial of an Educational Anticipatory Guidance Intervention

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NCT03481166

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