Antibiotics during breastfeeding
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Antibiotics given during breastfeeding seem to be generally okay, although they pass into breast milk in different amounts. There are also antibiotics during administration that are advised to stop breastfeeding.
The effects on the baby may be soft stool or diarrhea, but these are temporary, ceasing when you stop taking antibiotics.
It matters a lot and for what type of infection your antibiotics have been recommended, so ask your doctor or pharmacist about the effect of these breastfeeding drugs.
Antibiotics, recommended only by the doctor
Antibiotics are recommended only by the doctor, and in pharmacies they are only issued with a prescription.
In the case of mastitis, however, antibiotics and constant emptying of the breasts are recommended, so a visit to your doctor is required.
Inflammation decreases milk production
Usually, any inflammatory disease causes a decrease or even a disappearance of milk production. Even if lactation returns, it is possible that breast milk produced by your body no longer provides the nutrient needed for your baby.
Safe antibiotics for breastfeeding
Antibiotics to keep from
For gentamicin, Cefuroxamine, Clarithromycin and Trimetoprim it is recommended to stop breastfeeding during administration.
Most antibiotics pass into the milk, in conclusion they can affect the baby, so it is necessary to listen to the doctor's directions regarding the administration - he knows best how to proceed, depending on the amount of medications that need to be given you also take the duration of administration.
The antibiotic called Chloramphenicol is forbidden in breastfeeding, because it can even lead to the death of the baby, by lowering blood pressure and skin aging.