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Breast milk is the best food for most babies. When you breastfeed, your baby is nourished by food, vitamins and other elements that you enter at your own body. So it is important to care for the type of food you eat and the medicines you take if you are breastfeeding.
It is possible that mothers who breast worry about the use of medications and whether or not they affect the baby’s health. Some women may have health problems that are short term (such as headaches or colds) or long term (such as asthma or high blood pressure). To address these problems may be needed medications.
Prescription and nonprescription
More research is needed to know how each drug affects the milk. While there are some basic guidelines, it is important to always talk with my baby’s health before taking medications and to alert you that you are breastfeeding. Read the rest of this entry »