A National Baseline Survey to Assess the Breastfeeding Practices in Bangladesh
Halida Hanum Akhtar, Mohsena Akhter, Kazi Mahbubur Rashid Azad, Bangladesh Institute of Research for Promotion of Essential & Reproductive Health and Technologies
Bangladesh Institute of Research for Promotion of Essential & Reproductive Health and Technologies, 1998 - Health & Fitness - 151 pages
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18 percent 24 months additional food amenorrhoea Bangladesh birth within last bottle-feeding breast milk flow breastfeeding practices breastfeeding the baby colostrum comparison of cumulative contraceptive Cumulative continuation rates cumulative discontinuation rates currently breastfeeding Dhaka diarrhoea Distribution of mothers education by sex exclusive breastfeeding exclusive or predominant female babies formal education frequency of breastfeeding high SES mothers higher among urban higher proportion household initiation of breastfeeding live birth menarche month age month old babies mothers as compared mothers mentioned mothers were asked mothers with formal multiple response Nearly oral pill percent mentioned percent of mothers percent of rural percent of urban percent reported placenta powdered milk predominant breastfeeding pregnancy proportion of mothers rates of breastfeeding rates of exclusive residence status residence Total Rural respondents rural and urban rural areas skin to skin socio-economic status sufficient breast milk tinned milk Total Rural Urban urban and rural urban mothers reported