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Table 2 Primary outcome: Proportion of mothers who achieved a 50% increase in milk volume on day 14 of study period in the two postdelivery groups

From: Role of days postdelivery on breast milk production: a secondary analysis from the EMPOWER trial

  8–14 days postdelivery
N = 44
15–21 days postdelivery
N = 46
Odds Ratio
(95% Confidence Interval)
Adjusted Odds Ratio
(95% Confidence Interval)a
Mothers who achieved a 50% increase in milk volume on day 14, n (%) 33 (75.0%) 28 (60.9%) 1.93 (0.78, 4.76),
p = 0.15*
1.84 (0.73, 4.64),
p = 0.19*
  1. *p - values were based on logistic regressions
  2. aadjusted odds ratio after controlling for comorbidities and antenatal corticosteroids