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Its message, issued at the end of National Breast-feeding Week, was highlighted by a study conducted by media expert Dr Lesley Henderson at Brunel University, west London.
She found that the media rarely presented a positive image of breast-feeding, and this could be a major influence on women's attitudes."We identified some striking patterns and major omissions in the media's portrayal of infant feeding," said Dr Henderson."Bottle feeding was shown more often and presented as being less problematic than breast feeding.
finally my husband had to suck out the milk himself from my breasts. And repeat the same before going out for work and after coming back.
And would sometime also fall asleep by my side while nursing.
I was just wondering if anyone could share their experience and feelings about it.All I know is that I'm feeling a bit queasy about the whole idea. Leave the infant son and/or infant daughter alone to have their own food and leave them be in [email protected] Quasimodo, I take it you have no experience of this as you haven't shared any information?As a mum, I decided that breast feeding was the natural choice for me to give my children the best start in life."Belinda Phipps, chief executive of the National Childbirth Trust, said: "We need to make breast-feeding socially and culturally unremarkable so that more women consider it common sense and the norm rather than alternative."The charity operates a breast feeding helpline on 08.
Access the latest, research-backed information about our most commonly asked questions on the Breastfeeding Helpline.
The health benefits of breast-feeding and the risks of formula feeding were largely absent."Breast and bottle were associated with very different types of women in the media.