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Exclusive Breastfeeding Improvement Program Using Carica Papaya Leaf Extract on the Levels of Prolactin Hormones

@inproceedings{Pratiwi2018ExclusiveBI,
  title={Exclusive Breastfeeding Improvement Program Using Carica Papaya Leaf Extract on the Levels of Prolactin Hormones},
  author={Tina Endah Pratiwi and Ari Suwondo},
  year={2018}
}
Introduction: Exclusive breastfeeding coverage in Indonesia in 2016 has decreased to 54%. The main factor inhibiting breastfeeding is the absence of milk production 43.5% of mothers stopped breastfeeding because of less breast milk production. Efforts to defeat the problem of breast milk production are the use of herbal plants that have lactagogue. Papaya leaves contain active compounds that have a role in the breast milk production because it shows a lactagogue effect. The purpose of this… 
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