Efecto de la instrumentación genital y de la inserción de un dispositivo intrauterino (DIU) sobre las actividades eyecto-láctea y uterina en madres lactantes
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dispositivo intrauterino (DIU)
actividades eyecto-láctea
madres lactantes

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Cobo, E. (2018). Efecto de la instrumentación genital y de la inserción de un dispositivo intrauterino (DIU) sobre las actividades eyecto-láctea y uterina en madres lactantes. Revista Colombiana De Endocrinología, Diabetes &Amp; Metabolismo, -12(2), 71–79. https://doi.org/10.53853/encr.-12.2.169


Se realizo  un estudio de las actividades eyectoláctea (AE) y uterina (AU) en 50 madres lactantes, con el objeto de  establecer los efectos inmediatos de la inserción de un dispositivo anticonceptivo intrauterino (DIU). La AE aumentó significativamente tanto en las 25 madres del grupo control en quienes solo se realizó un simulacro consistente en la instrumentación genital rutinaria para la inserción del DIU, como en las 25 madres del grupo experimental en quienes si se inserto el DIU. En contraste ninguno de los 2 procedimientos demostró tener efecto sobre  la AU. La lactancia de la AE fue significativamente mas corta en el grupo experimental que en el control. Se concluye que la inserción del DIU no constituye per-se un estímulo para la liberación de oxitocina responsable del aumento de AE, la cual se correlaciona mas con la distensión de la vagina que del útero. 

La distensión del útero podría ser un factor coadyuvante de la distensión vaginal, a juzgar por la latencia menor de la AE después de insertar el DIU.



A  study  on  milk - ejecting (MEA)  and  uterine (UA)  activities was carried out in 50 lactating mothers, aiming  to establish the inmediate effects of  the insertion of  a contraceptive intrauterine device (IUD). MEA increased significatively either in 25  mothers of the  control group in whom the only thing done was a simulation consisting  in routine genital instrumentation for IUD insertion,or the 25 mothers of the experimental group in whom IUD was actually inserted. On  the other hand , none  of  the two  procedures showed effect on UA. Latency  of  MEA   was significativaly shorter for the experimental group than for  the control group. lnsertion of  IUD does not constitute per se an stimulus for oxitocyn release responsible for an  increase in  MEA,  that  correlates better with Vaginal distention  than with uterine distention.

Uterine distention could be a coadjuvant factor of vaginal distention, as far as lower  MEA latency  after  IUD insertion is concerned.

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