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Pharmacists: How to decide if a medication is safe for breastfeeding mothers
 

Pharmacists: How to decide if a medication is safe for breastfeeding mothers

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Pharmacists frequently receive enquiries on whether a medication is compatible with breastfeeding. There are many factors pharmacists should consider, and references they can refer to before making recommendations.
 
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3 Nov 2016 - General
 
Heena Pohani it is our responsibility of safe drug presentation for pregnancy and lactation upon 2 life's depends. About 99 percent Breastfeeding mothers takes medications. Patients sho...
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I think not only pharmacists but doctors should also take care of when prescribing drugs to pregnant women or a lactating mother. Many drugs are known for their teratogenic effects on the neonate when given to the breastfeeding mother. Such drugs can...
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Lianne Marie Victoria Laruan Majority of the medication avoided during 1st six months of baby born and if needed or any alternative not available medicines prescribed. It is keep in mind abo...
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These are great tips for health care professionals when encountering questions about drug safety during breastfeeding! It’s great to know that there are very helpful and reliable sites and apps like LactMed and the database compiled by the World Heal...
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