Author : Sarah G. Mapanawang*, Fadlia Loku, Helti Candara Petrus
Breastfeeding is defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) as a breastfeeding practice only ASI (including stating ASI) and allows the baby to receive vitamins,minerals, or drugs. Water, breast milk substitutes, other liquids and solid foods are excluded. Research Methods: The research methods used is discrete with a case study approach, that is, reviewing and analyzing the theory, about the management of varneys 7-sstep midwifery care, and the method of documenting and understanding the cause, and management in Tolonuo Village. Research objective: Knowing real knowledge in implementing Midwifery Care in Mrs. J with breastfeeding mothers found it difficult to approach through the Midwifery Management process according to Varney. Research Results: in this case Mrs.J with breastfeeding mothers found it difficult to understand according to Ms. J study, the problem of breastfeeding mothers is difficult to overcome and the mothers is healthy without complications and it is hoped that the mother will continue to breastfeed, do good and correct breastfeeding techniques Conlusion: the case of breastfeeding mothers is difficult to get after the data is collected and then interpreted so that a diagnosis and actual problems can be obtained in the client Mrs. J 18 years of age, nursing mother is difficult to detect. Suggestions Every midwife is able to implement optimal midwifery care so that she can see problems clearly and precisely in handling patients with breastfeeding, it is difficult to detect to avoid dangerous complications. Key words: Midwifery Care Management Breastfeeding Mothers Are Difficult to Menete.
Dr. Arend L Mapanawang, Sp.PD, FINASIM, PhD