The Possibility Of Developing Breast Cancer If It Does Not Provide Exclusive Breast Milk?
2 months ago I had just had the birth by caesarean section and I only gave breast milk for the first month and my question was:
Hello Stella, thank you for asking.
I help answer sequentially yes.
Breastfeeding is not only recommended for women who give birth by Caesarean, but it is also recommended for women who give birth to their children normally, and for many reasons, you can read the article about it at the following link: the benefits of exclusive breastfeeding. As mentioned in the article, one of the reasons for giving exclusive breastfeeding is indeed because its benefits help reduce the risk of developing breast cancer, but it should be noted that not giving breast milk does not necessarily cause cancer, because the emergence of breast cancer is also influenced by other factors beyond breastfeeding.
For the healing process of the wound itself, each part of the body has its own repair time and generally cannot be accelerated, but by giving breast milk, this can trigger the release of hormones that make you feel happy, so that post-partum stress can be reduced, and help the body to work better so that the healing process of the wound can run better Post-operative pain can sometimes still be felt up to several months or when triggered by certain conditions, to ensure that you are okay or not, it is advisable to check your condition to the doctor , and it is not recommended to take medication alone without doctor's advice. I hope this helps.