- •Nurses and midwives are experts , but some find it difficult to maintain exclusive breastfeeding.
- •Consumption of “rice-water” porridge and groundnut soup mayimprove breastmilk production.
- •Support from family and co-workers, may help lactating mothers manage breastfeeding stress .
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