Breastmilk Production of Mother with Post Caesarean Section Given Oketani and Oxitocyn Massage

Machmudah Machmudah, Nikmatul Khayati

Abstract views = 1131 times | downloads = 1269 times


Introduction: Oketani massage and oxytocin is one of the breast care methods that do not cause pain. Massage can stimulate oketani pectoralis muscle strength to increase milk production and make the breasts become more soft and elastic so meumudahkan baby to suck milk. Massage oketani will also provide a sense of relief and an overall comfortable on respondents, improving the quality of breast milk, to prevent mastitis and nipple blisters and can fi x / reduce lactation problems caused by putting a fl at (fl at nipples), nipples that enter into (inverted).

Methods: This research was a quasi experimental with post test only design.

Results: The results showed that there are different breastfeeding frequency, frequency of bowel, bladder frequency of respondents who do massage and oxytocin oketani. 

Conclusion: one milk production assessment is to assess the frequency and volume of urine bladder baby. Normal babies will urinate 6-8 times a day, with a clear yellow color of urine is urine volume between 30-50 mg daily. This result is consistent with research conducted by Budiarti (2009) and Mardianingsih (2010) which states that the milk production can be judged from the frequency of micturition babies as many as 6-8 times a day


oketani massage; oxytocin massage; milk production

Full Text:



Bobak I.M., Lowdermilk, D.L., & Jensen, M.D., Perry, S.E. (2005). Buku Ajar Keperawatan Maternitas. Edisi 4. Alih bahasa: Maria & Peter. Jakarta: EGC.

Depkes RI. (2007). Pelatihan Konseling Menyusui. Jakarta : Depkes RI

Desmawati. (2008). Efektifitas kombinasi Areolla Massage dengan Rolling

Massage terhadap pengeluaran ASI secara dini pada ibu postpartum di

Puskesmas Pamulang dan Cikupa Banten. Tesis. Depok : FIK UI (tidak


Evariany, A. (2007). Agar ASI lancar diawal masa menyusui. Diunduh dari Diunduh tanggal 10 Februari 2013

Foda,. Et al (2004). Composition of Milk Obtained From Unmassaged Versus Massaged Breasts of Lactating Mothers. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition 38:484–487


  • There are currently no refbacks.

Copyright (c) 2017 Jurnal NERS

This journal is indexed by:





This journal is published by:


          Faculty of Nursing Universitas Airlangga in Collaboration with Indonesian National Nurses Association


Creative Commons License

This journal (p-ISSN:1858-3598; e-ISSN:2502-5791) is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License


Current Stats

Previous Stats