alexa Associated Factors among Women toward Breastfeeding in the Era of HIV/AIDs

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Associated Factors among Women toward Breastfeeding in the Era of HIV/AIDs

Breast-feeding is unequalled in its ability to promote infant growth and development. Two crucial benefits of breast milk are its ability toprovide optimal nutrition and protection against common childhood infections. Yet for infants born to HIV-positive mothers, breast milk can be a source of HIV infection, although the risk of transmission greatly decreases if exclusive breast-feeding (EBF) is practiced . Knowledge toward breastfeeding for infant born from HIV positive women for this study was low and attitude toward breastfeeding for infant born from HIV positive women was not high enough. Different factors were affecting this low level of knowledge and attitude. The relevant stakeholders should create opportunity for women to get education about HIV/AIDS and recommended breastfeeding for infant born from HIV positive

 
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