CitationZohoori, Namvar & Popkin, Barry M. (1996). Longitudinal Analysis of the Effects of Infant-Feeding Practices on Postpartum Amenorrhea. Demography, 33(2), 167-180.
AbstractThe Cebu Longitudinal Health and Nutrition Survey is used to examine the effect of various components of infant-feeding patterns on return of menses postpartum. The results show that factors such as active suckling, the use of two breasts versus one, breast-feeding on demand versus on a fixed schedule, and the feeding of other milks and of nonnutritive or low-caloric other liquids can be important under selected circumstances. Discrete-time logistic hazards modeling is used to estimate the weekly probability of return to menses.
Reference TypeJournal Article
Popkin, Barry M.