「母乳が増えない」「おっぱいを大きくしたい」母乳を増やすコツを助産師歴55年が解説。Breastfeeding Management, Japan

おっぱい

おっぱい110番(oppai110)です。母乳育児、性教育、夫婦生活などについて解説しています。

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★平田喜代美 

助産師歴55年30万人以上のおっぱいケアに携わる
1942年生まれ
1965年九州大学医学部付属助産婦学校卒業
国立福岡中央病院勤務後、1981年に平田母乳育児コンサルタントを開業
桶谷式乳房治療手技認定者
母乳育児推進研究会会長
1983年に4年間の研究の結果、母乳と哺乳瓶の飲み方の舌の違いを世界ではじめて映像的に証明し
NHK等で放映紹介される
1992年に育児大学講座を開講(理事長)
2002年日本看護協会福岡県助産師職能委員長
看護大学や助産師学校での非常勤講師を歴任

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おっぱい110番―母乳育児は地球を救う

★桶谷式母乳育児

【Japanese breastfeeding Oketani Method】
The history of breastfeeding in Japan is quite rich, and for over 1000 years has also incorporated the religious beliefs of the area (including Shintoism and Buddism). Adequate or “quality” breastmilk production has long been attributed to praying to God or Buddha, food or herbs of the area, breast massage, as well as the mother keeping skinship with her baby all day. Wet nursing was also a part of Japanese breastfeeding history (but started being phased out with the introduction of bottled feeding around 1867).

The decline in Breastfeeding rates kept increasing until the mid-1970s, when the WHO and Japanese Government breastfeeding recommendations were released to support a rise in breastfeeding rates.

Today, ancient breastfeeding tradition has been reincorporated back into Japanese culture (and beyond). The breast massage for lactating mothers has long been a part of postpartum ritual. Sotomi Oketani formalized this method in 1981, now known as the Oketani Method. La Leche League does caution that the Oketani Method may mislead people into believing the massaged breast or correctly manipulated breast has higher milk quality, which creates worry among new mothers about the quality of their breastmilk when there need not be any concern. For that reason, as well as because its effectiveness has not been scientifically proven, La Leche League Japan does not recommend or endorse Oketani breast massage. However, many people who have used the Oketani Method have had positive experiences.

What do you think? Have you or would you try the Oketani Method? Why or why not?

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