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Table 2 Infant feeding practices of mothers living with HIV with infants 0–12 months

From: Determinants of infant feeding practices among mothers living with HIV attending prevention of mother to child transmission Clinic at Kiambu Level 4 hospital, Kenya: a cross-sectional study

Infant feeding practices n = 180
n % (95% CI)
Ever breastfed (N = 180)
 Yes 165 91.7 (86.6–95.3)
 No 15 8.3 (4.7–13.4)
Timely initiation of breastfeeding (N = 165)
 Within 1 h 115 69.7 (62.3–76.2)
 2–3 h 23 13.9 (9.0–20.2)
  > 3 h but < 24 h 27 16.4 (11.1–22.9)
Feeding practices for children 0–5 months (N = 77)  
 Exclusive breastfeeding 55 71.4 (60.4–80.3)
 Replacement feeding 8 10.4 (11.1–28.4)
 Mixed feeding 14 18.2 (5.2–19.5)
Feeding practices for children 6–12 months (N = 103)
 Complementary feeding with breast milk 65 63.1 (53.4–71.8)
 Complementary feeding without breast milk 38 36.9 (27.6–47.0)