International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 13, Part M (2015)
Effectiveness of instructional teaching on problem of inverted nipple on successful breast feeding among post-natal mothers
Background of the study: -Breast feeding was common for every new-born baby. This was an ideal method for every new born. But because of problem like inverted nipple child not able to take breast feed and weight loss present.so successful breast feeding practices are important for the baby. Objective: study investigated that assess the effectiveness of instructional teaching on problem of inverted nipple on successful breast feeding among post natal mothers. Material and methods: Experimental study done on post natal mothers to assess the effectiveness of instructional teaching on problem of inverted nipple. Two groups were selected. 60 samples selected foe the study. The study was conducted in maternity ward with purposive sampling techniques pertest taken to assess the problem of inverted nipple and instructional teaching provided to the post natal mother for successful breast feeding practices by cut syringe technique. Tool was developed according to objectives of the study. Samples selected according to inclusion criteria of the study. Ethical permission taken before conduct the study. Explain the purposes of the study to the samples and written consent taken from them. Samples selected those know Marathi. Data was analysed according to objectives of the study. Results: According to sociodemographic variables in group – I majority mothers 15 (50%) belonged to 18-21 years of age, educated mothers upto secondary 20(66.66%), majority mothers 28(93.33%) were house wives, 26 (86.66%) having monthly income more than 5000 Rs. and all the mothers 30 (100%) were from joint family, 27 (90%) were belongs to Hindu religion. In group - II majority mothers 18 (60%) belonged to 22-25 years of age, 12(40%) were educated up to secondary education, 29(96.66%) were house wives. 26 (86.66%) having monthly income more than 5000 Rs. 27 (90%) were from joint family and all the mothers 30 (100%) were belongs to Hindu religion The mean weight of the babies on 4th day was 2.4906 + 0.2409 Kg. in group – I and 2.4671 + 0.3080 Kg. in group – II and the difference was statistically not significant as t=0.3268 (Unpaired ‘t’ test) and P=0.7450. None of the mother was developed any problem with inverted nipples such as failing lactation, suppression of lactation, poor latch, ineffective breastfeeding, mastitis and engorged breast etc., during first four days of postpartum among both the groups. Conclusion: All the primipara mothers did not able to breastfeed their babies successively due to improper latch and inverted nipples. They require appropriate interventions and health education to promote successful establishment and achievement of breastfeeding.
How to cite this article:
Seema Satve, Vandana Satave. Effectiveness of instructional teaching on problem of inverted nipple on successful breast feeding among post-natal mothers. Int J Appl Res 2015;1(13):865-868.