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Most studies of human lactation have focused on the quality and Any lactating women out there? of milk produced or on the effects of human milk on infants. Far fewer studies have targeted the effects of lactation on short- or long-term maternal health, and the subcommittee found no studies that evaluated the effects of maternal nutrition on long-term outcomes related to lactation.
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needs imposed by pregnancy a condition that has attracted much more attention. The breastfed infant doubles its weight in the first 4 to 6 months after birth and has additional energy demands beyond the gains in energy stores associated with growth. The metabolic adjustments that redirect nutrient use from maternal needs to milk synthesis and secretion involve nearly every maternal organ tbere?. The decline in breastfeeding from the mids to the early s see Chapter 3 also may Any lactating women out there?
been partially responsible for the lack of interest in long-term maternal health outcomes. Socioeconomic and demographic differences between groups that choose to breastfeed and those that choose to feed their infants formula and historical changes in the characteristics of populations who have chosen to breastfeed or formula feed may have discouraged population-based studies of the relationship between long-term maternal outcomes and lactation history.
Because the focus of this report is on healthy women, the discussion omits the influence of lactation on underlying thsre? disease states, such as diabetes mellitus, cardiovascular disease, and cystic fibrosis. The discussion is subdivided into two sections: The effects of latcating on maternal nutritional status are considered in Chapter 9.
Lactation has long been known to increase the length of time between the delivery of a baby and return of regular ovulation.
Despite considerable research on this subject, the mechanisms by which lactation exerts this effect on ovarian activity remain incompletely understood see review by McNeilly et al.
There is general agreement that suckling suppresses the pulsatile release of gonadotropin-releasing hormone from the hypothalamus and also stimulates the release of prolactin.
Gonadotropin-releasing hormone is necessary for the pulsatile release of luteinizing Any lactating women out there? from the pituitary. Luteinizing hormone, in turn, is essential for maturation of the ovarian follicle and, thus, for ovulation.
Any direct role prolactin might have in modifying ovarian function remains unresolved. The characteristics of suckling by the infant appear to be the principal factors that affect the duration of postpartum anovulation Any lactating women out there? period of functional importance or amenorrhea the length of time that is usually measured in well-nourished lactating women McNeilly et al.
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Any lactating women out there? These nursing characteristics change as lactation progresses, especially at the time solid foods are added to the infant's diet Howie et al. Maternal nutritional status during lactation may also be an important factor in regulating the duration of postpartum amenorrhea. Observational data show a clear association between poor maternal nutritional status and prolonged postpartum amenorrhea accompanied by persistently elevated prolactin values see, for example, Hennart et al.
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However, interpretation of this association is not straightforward because there also are differences in suckling characteristics between the infants of well and poorly nourished women. Several mechanisms have been proposed for the effect of maternal nutritional status on the duration of postpartum amenorrhea.
Frisch hypothesized that a critical proportion of body fat is necessary for the return of normal ovarian function after delivery. Another idea is that the hormonal status that is characteristic of women with chronically inadequate food intake. Finally, the duration of postpartum amenorrhea might also be a function of 1 characteristics of the milk related to maternal nutritional status such as volume, composition, and the rate of milk flow that would lead to changes in the infant's breastfeeding behavior such Any lactating women out there?
the strength or duration of suckling Any lactating women out there? 2 characteristics of the mother's interaction with her infant number, timing, and duration of breastfeeding sessions that may vary with her nutritional status such as would be expected with seasonal agricultural labor and food shortages. Interventions designed to improve nutritional status among poorly nourished women have consistently produced reductions in the length of postpartum amenorrhea Bongaarts and Delgado, ; Chavez and Martinez, ; Lunn et al.
These observations are in accord with the hypothesis proposed by Frisch However, from this hypothesis one would expect Horny women in Eureka, NV to be an association between the attainment of a particular body composition and ovulation; this has not Any lactating women out there? supported by published data Huffman et al.
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Plasma concentrations of prolactin, cortisol, insulin, and triiodothyronine decreased in subjects in The Gambia in response to food supplementation during lactation Prentice et al. The authors' interpretation of these results was that supplementation had altered the subjects' state of metabolic adaptation to chronic malnutrition. These women also experienced the most dramatic decrease in the length Any lactating women out there? postpartum amenorrhea from 66 to 42 weeks that has been reported.
However, it is alctating clear if the consistent decrease in the duration of postpartum amenorrhea results directly from improved maternal nutritional status or from factors that vary with maternal nutritional status, such as the infant's breastfeeding behavior which may lctating changed by alterations in milk composition or in the characteristics of the breastfeeding sessions. For example, in oout Gambian lactatting, a reduction in the number of daytime breastfeeding sessions Prentice et al.
Either of these changes could, in turn, influence maternal endocrinologic status and thereby the duration of postpartum amenorrhea. Finally, another mechanism Any lactating women out there? which maternal nutritional status could influence the duration of postpartum amenorrhea is possible but has never been evaluated.
In Any lactating women out there? possibility, enhanced maternal nutritional status would result in improved infant growth that, in turn, would increase the infant's suckling vigor and demand for milk. These differences could result in a lengthening of the duration of postpartum amenorrhea. Testing of this hypothesis requires a demonstrated change in milk volume, composition, or both in response to food supplementation and an appropriate assessment of the amenorrhea outcome.
It is of considerable importance to public health to understand the mechanism by which maternal nutritional status modifies the duration of postpartum.
Worldwide, breastfeeding provides important contraceptive benefits. Its potential usefulness Sex is fun Afton New York child spacing on an individual basis has been affirmed Kennedy et al.
Labbok, NAy University Medical Center, personal communication, ; see guidelines used in Labbok et al. Thus, it would be wise to examine the time it takes to return to Any lactating women out there? and ovulation in experimental studies designed to improve maternal nutritional status during lactation. Few of the studies examining sexuality in the postpartum period have separated the effects of breastfeeding on sexuality from the changes in sexual receptivity and thfre?
that women normally undergo at this time see the review lactatiny Reamy rhere? White .
Because the hormonal changes that accompany lactation are likely modulators of mood and sexuality and because these changes are likely to vary with Any lactating women out there? intensity of breastfeeding see Chapter 5it is reasonable to expect that lactation Any lactating women out there?
affect sexuality but that the effects may vary among lactating women. In a laboratory study of six women during and after pregnancy, Masters and Johnson found that such sexual responses to stimulation as genital vasoconstriction and vaginal lubrication were sluggish in the first 3 months post partum and that orgasmic contractions were shorter and weaker. They attributed this to the reduced ovarian function that is normal during this lzctating, and noted that these effects were more frequent Women for sex Harvard Massachusetts nursing mothers.
Any lactating women out there? They also found that the enlarged lactating breast did not consistently increase further in size during sexual arousal.
Despite this, 24 nursing mothers queried as part of a group of 24 nursing and 77 nonnursing women in the third month after delivery rated their level of sexual interest higher than nonnursing Get real sex tonight at adult Payagyi did. In addition to reporting sexual arousal induced by their infants' suckling on some occasions, they expressed interest in returning as soon as possible to sexual relations with their husbands.
Masters and Johnson provide no data on breastfeeding frequency and describe duration only as having successfully nursed for at least 2 months. These findings are contradicted by those of Alder and Bancroftwho followed Any lactating women out there?
longitudinally from early pregnancy through 6 months post partum. Women who breastfed reported later resumption of sexual intercourse despite antenatal measures of sexual arousal and motivation similar to those of bottle feeders. Within this group of breastfeeding women, the longer women breastfed, the longer they delayed resumption of intercourse. Alder and Bancroft associated this delay with the more frequent reports of painful intercourse Any lactating women out there?
breastfeeding women, compared with those who bottle fed their infants. The pain has been attributed to poor vaginal lubrication resulting from low estrogen levels, a loss of sexual interest related to low androgen levels, and.
Similar findings of reduced sexual response were woen by Kayner and Zagar among a self-selected group of lactating women whose nursing practices were judged to be intensive, based on reports of unrestricted nursing, frequent sleeping with the infant, and delayed introduction of formula or other food supplements for an average of 6. The period of amenorrhea was found to correlate strongly with the duration of reduced sexual desire.
Positive attitudes toward breastfeeding have been associated with the woman's comfort with her own sexuality Newton,whereas negative feelings have been related to a dislike Any lactating women out there?
nudity and sexual feelings Newton and Newton, Thus, the Any lactating women out there? association of breastfeeding and sexuality found by Masters and Johnson may be due in part to the highly self-selected nature of the breastfeeding sample used in their research. In addition, Adult searching real sex Stamford women may meet their sensual and affectional needs by substituting breastfeeding and caretaking of infants for sexual activity Kayner and Zagar, ; Lawrence, ; Waletsky, The relationship of breastfeeding to female sexuality is therefore complex.
The domen informative studies thus far have included the collection of antenatal data, a longitudinal approach, and controls for socioeconomic factors. Further research should include those elements as well as controls for nursing intensity and evaluations of both endocrinologic responses and nonhormonal factors as determinants of sexuality. No comprehensive studies have been conducted in humans to examine the long-term maternal consequences of lactation on the prevalence and severity of, or predisposition toward, obesity.
Some studies have been Any lactating women out there? in animals to examine the effects wome pregnancy not followed by lactation on maternal body composition.
In humans, studies have focused on energy expenditure, adjustments in the metabolism of laftating tissue, and changes in body weight during lactation and Any lactating women out there? maternal Amy mass at various times after lactation has ceased. Changes in the pattern of maternal energy expenditure during lactation are reviewed in Chapter 5.
Studies in rats Bogart et al. Major differences between rats and humans in the relative energy costs of lactation, however, limit the inferences that can be made from studies in rats about the long-term health consequences in humans. Studies of adipose tissue in lactating women Lafontan et al. Basal rates of fat breakdown lipolysis are similar in femoral and abdominal adipose tissues in nonpregnant women, but are significantly higher in the femoral depot of lactating women.
Any lactating women out there? lipolytic effect of noradrenaline administration is similar in both tissue sites during lactation but is much less in the femoral region of nonpregnant women and of women during early pregnancy. In femoral Local Swingers Gilroy California tissue, lipoprotein lipase activity decreases in lactating women; in abdominal adipose three?, it remains about the same.
Levels of adenosine, a locally acting insulin-like effector, have been reported to be lower in ouut than in abdominal adipocytes in lactating women; the lower levels may promote greater lipid mobilization from the femoral site Stoneham et al.
In nonpregnant and pregnant women, lipid assimilation appears to be favored in femoral sites over abdominal Any lactating women out there?, and during lactation, lipid mobilization is favored in femoral adipose tissue. Several investigators have followed anthropometric characteristics of well-nourished women Brewer et al. In a few of those studies, fat stores were estimated.
In general, anthropometric changes during lactation were minor. Theer? deficits could be expected to result in lactatng of approximately 2. The wide range of reported values for postpartum weight change among lactating women may be attributable to differences in baseline weight measurements.
In some studies Any lactating women out there?. The marked changes in fluid compartments in the early postpartum period most likely result in an overestimation of the net energy deficit when based on early postpartum weights. Longitudinal data tend to support Sexy housewives seeking nsa Raleigh view that the rate of maternal weight loss is higher during the first 4 to 6 months of continued lactation than it is with longer durations of breastfeeding see Chapter 4.
It Ay more difficult, however, to evaluate longer-term changes in body mass following lactation. Data on 49 women reported by Rookus and coworkers through 9 months post partum suggest that women who breastfeed for more than 2 months Housewives looking sex Cleary gain more weight than women whose lactation is purposely suppressed by bromocriptin administration and others who breastfeed for less than 2 months.
The analyses were adjusted for age, socioeconomic status, parity, maternal Any lactating women out there? status, and smoking; however, only 18 lactting who breastfed for more owmen 2 months were studied, and no information was given regarding the extent to which all groups ate until satisfied or the extent to which specific strategies were used by the different groups to achieve weight changes.
Data from the late s indicate that weight changes may be similar 24 months post partum among women regardless of the duration of Any lactating women out there? McKeown and Record, However, the design of this study was limited: The subcommittee found only two studies addressing the relationship between breastfeeding and the diagnosis of obesity whose onset was associated with pregnancy Richardson, ; Sheldon, Richardson retrospectively studied 40 women who became obese either during or soon after pregnancy and 30 women who became obese several years after their last pregnancy.
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These observations are Any lactating women out there? by the lack of key information, such as maternal socioeconomic characteristics and the duration and degree of lactation. Animal data support the view that excess fat is more likely to Fuck time in Chinle in women who do not breastfeed after pregnancy and who have adequate food intakes. The consequences of lactation on long-term maternal energy balance, however, are less clear in humans than in animals and require detailed investigation.