One of the motivating factors in the success of the Millennium Development Goals
(MDGs) are breastfeeding. Many nursing mothers who have difficulty in milk production multiply
even those facing a serious dilemma because the milk does not come out in the early days
after birth. That's why an alternative attempted to increase the amount of milk production with
oxytocin massage. The purpose of this research to know the relationship between massage
oxytocin with the smooth production mother breast-fed on post partum Caesarean section day
to 2-3. This type of research is descriptive analytic with a sample of 48 respondents. Univariate
analysis techniques using frequency distribution and bivariate Analisia with chi-square test (X2)
at the 5% significance level α. The results showed there is a significant correlation between
oxytocin massage with lactation (X2 count value = 8.765> 3.841 X2tabel, p value = 0.003).
Based on these results, the advice given to the hospital is still applying the massage
intervention oxytocin for postpartum mothers to increase milk production.
Keywords: breastfeeding, massage, oxytocin