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Lactation Achievement with Texts at Home

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Lactation Achievement With Texts at Home

The objective of this study is to determine if text-based breastfeeding support improves breastfeeding initiation, exclusivity, and duration when compared to usual postpartum care. All women without a contraindication to breastfeeding and access to a mobile phone with unlimited text messaging capability who deliver a healthy term neonate will be eligible for inclusion. Consented women will be randomized to either text-based breastfeeding support using the Way to Health platform or usual care.

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Behavioral - Text-Based Support

Text-based breastfeeding support as described in arm/group descriptions

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LATcH: Lactation Achievement With Texts at Home

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NCT04108533

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