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Throughout the world, very serious campaigns encourage new mothers to breastfeed as much as they can.
Many mothers feel guilty about not breastfeedingHowever, since not everyone has the ability to do so, there is a great deal of guilt associated with the message of the movement, and according to some, it does more than profit. According to the University of Liverpool's law, you feel guilty about that and think so exposed to serious stigma because of his decision, which is why they keep complainingExperts agree that breast milk strengthens the immune system, reduces the risk of developing allergic diseases, obesity, and the risk of sudden death in childhood, and also less frequent Type 2 diabetes. Women are less likely to maintain a healthy body weight, and breast and ovarian infections are less common in breast-feeding mothers. . However, according to a recent study by the American Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), women who do not have the ability to breastfeed because of their work commitments or health status also have a strong sense of guilt over breastfeeding. Sixty-six pregnant women were enrolled, with 61 percent feeling guilty, 68 being stigmatized, and 76 percent feeling you have to protect yourself, the way you feed your child. Negative sensations were the strongest among those who initially wanted to breastfeed exclusively, but somehow they gave up on the move.