This study aims to determine the relationship between the use of hormonal contraceptives (injections, pills, and implants) in mothers and exclusive breastfeeding discontinuation controlling for the effects of several social, economic, and demographic variables. This study used data from the Indonesian Health and Demographic Survey in 2017 and analyzed by Gomperz proportional hazards model. The results of the inferential analysis show that infants whose mothers use hormonal contraception have a smaller risk of experiencing exclusive breastfeeding discontinuation. Control variables that have a statistically affect the continuity of exclusive breastfeeding are maternal age, wealth quintile, parity, and father's education. The higher the economic condition, the greater the risk of exclusive breastfeeding discontinuation. The older the mother's age, the more parity the mother has, and the higher the level of education of the father, the lower the risk of discontinuing exclusive breastfeeding in infants.