Breastfeeding: Gearing up for letting down

Kleiner, Ellen
December 1993
Mothering;Winter93, Issue 69, p24
Reports on attitudes of fathers towards breastfeeding and nonbreastfeeding wives. Data taken from study of 258 expectant fathers in Houston, Texas; Belief of fathers with nursing wives that breastfeeding contributes to optimum infant nourishment; Bonding; Disease prevention; Belief of fathers with nonbreastfeeding wives that breastfeeding interferes with sex and bad for breasts.


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