40 breastfeeding moms with painful and/or bleeding
fissures and rhagades were split into 2 groups
20 patience were treated with Silver Cap.
20 patience (control group) were treated with breast milk and bandage.
Silver Cap reduced pain for 70% of the treated moms already after 7 days.
Only 20% of the moms in the control group could feel an improvement.
Almost all moms (19/20) who were treated with Silver Cap had no bleedings anymore after 7 days. In the control group almost 1/4 of the moms had still bleedings.
Ca. 70% of the patience had completely healed fissures if they used Silver Cap. In the control group less than 50% of the patience had healed fissures.
Silver Cap reliefs pain faster than traditional treatments and is increasing the healing process in general. Furthermore, the treatment with Silver Cap is not only approved and accepted, but also recommended.
To survey drug use by breastfeeding women, and to compare this with nonbreastfeeding women. In addition, we were interested whether drug use was of influence on the decision to give breastfeeding, and the other way around.
During a 6-week period in 2002, a questionnaire was handed out to all women with a child not older than 6 months, who visited a Well-Baby Clinic in the province of Friesland, the Netherlands, eventually resulting in 549 returned questionnaires (response 43%).
In all, 82.1% of the participants breastfed their baby at least at any time during the first 6 months after birth. More than half (65.9%) of all breastfeeding women had used drugs; however, they used drugs less frequently than nonbreastfeeding women (79.6%). The pattern of drug use differed: oral contraceptives, iron preparations, drugs for peptic ulcer, and several psychotropic drugs were more frequently used by nonbreastfeeding women, while vitamins were more frequently used by breastfeeding women. Drugs play an important role in women’s decision to start or continue breastfeeding: women frequently hesitated to use drugs during breastfeeding, stopped either breastfeeding or drug use to avoid combining the two, took a measure to minimise exposure to the child, did not use any drug because of breastfeeding, or did not breastfeed because of drug use.
Drugs are frequently though reluctantly used during breastfeeding, and play an important role in the decision to start and stop breastfeeding. Information how to deal with drugs seems therefore indispensable in efforts to promote breastfeeding.
The Bremer breastfeeding study found out, that the second biggest reason for moms to stop breastfeeding is pain during breastfeeding due to fissures or rhagades.
With Silver Cap you can prevent pain, fissures and rhagades during breastfeeding and give you baby the best possible food during the first year, your breast milk.