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Lactation after infant death

Thousands of Australian women experience late miscarriage, still birth, neonatal or older infant death annually. Amidst their grief, some of these women need to manage the onset of lactation. Different women may want to manage lactation differently.

Lactation after infant death2020-09-02T15:29:32+10:00

How does women’s bone health recover after lactation? A systematic review and meta-analysis.

This study is a systematic review of the literature addressing women’s bone health during and after lactation. The purpose of this systematic review was to evaluate the rate of bone-mass recovery after lactation related loss. A systematic review and meta-analysis were performed of the literature including PubMed, Web of Science, Scopus databases using relevant key words. It included women of reproductive age, who had 2 assessments of bone density in the postpartum period. The review found 9455 papers, 8812 not included, 189 excluded due to duplication, 454 used for full manuscript analysis. Of these, 32 were used for the systematic review and 7 of those for meta-analysis. The follow-up period in this review ranged between one and 3.6 years postpartum.

How does women’s bone health recover after lactation? A systematic review and meta-analysis.2021-04-05T14:24:06+10:00
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