Learn about the facts of taking medicine during breastfeeding
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Melanie Raposo: Hi! Everybody I am Melanie Raposo and welcome to Mommy's Minute. If you are breast feeding and taking medication, be very cautious as those medications can be passed to your child. Here, are some important things you should know. Most medications that you take will appear in your breast milk. But usually in small amounts. However, even in the smallest doses, some drugs can be very harmful to your baby. But before you start breast feeding make sure, you talk to your physician about switching to saver medications. Remember that you if you start breast feeding for a week, this may result in permanent weaning, since your child may not take your breast again. To find out what medications are save to take during breast feeding, visit, thepregnancyshow.com.
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