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Revista chilena de pediatría

versión impresa ISSN 0370-4106

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LUCCHINI RAIES, Camila; MARQUEZ DOREN, Francisca  y  RIVERA MARTINEZ, María Soledad. I want to breastfeed my baby: Unvealing the experiences of women who lived process difficulties in their breastfeeding. Rev. chil. pediatr. [online]. 2017, vol.88, n.5, pp.622-628. ISSN 0370-4106.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0370-41062017000500008.

Breastfeeding is the most beneficial feeding practice for infants. However, it is not always the first choice for mothers and their encouragement and support from health professionals is variable. Objective: To understand the experience of mothers who had difficulties with their breastfeeding process. Patients and Method: A phenomenological study was conducted in a University Health center. Twelve breastfeeding women were included. Data collection technique was in depth interviews, taped recorded with participants’ consent. Phenomenological analysis of data followed Streubert´s method. The rigor of the study was guarded by criteria for qualitative research and the research process. Ethical aspects were sheltered through the informed consent process, confidentiality and methodological rigor. Results: The experience of living difficulties in the breastfeeding process is revealed in five comprehensive categories: recognizing the difficulties with breastfeeding; emotional impact when unable to breastfeed; motivation to overcome the difficulty and ask for help; support for breastfeeding recovery; and transition process from stress and anxiety to peace, gratification and empowerment. Conclusion: The understanding of this experience is qualitative evidence that contributes to a comprehensive understanding of the situation of each mother and child, allowing to improve support care interventions in health.

Palabras clave : Maternal-Child Nursing; Nursing Care; Breast Feeding; Qualitative Research.

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