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  1. ... levels of prolactin, a natural substance that helps breast-feeding women produce milk but can cause symptoms such ... and bone loss in women who are not breast-feeding or men). Cabergoline is in a class of ...
  2. ... take more than 34 mg daily while pregnant. Breast-feeding: Zinc is likely safe when used in the recommended amounts while breast-feeding. But zinc is possibly unsafe when used in ...
  3. ... itching, or redness. Special precautions & warnings: Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Niacinamide is likely safe when taken in recommended amounts. The maximum recommended amount while pregnant or breast-feeding is 30 mg daily for those under 18 ...
  4. ... to 4 weeks. Special precautions & warnings: Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Resveratrol is likely safe when used in amounts found in some foods. However, during pregnancy and breast-feeding, the source of resveratrol is important. Resveratrol is ...
  5. ... to 3 months. Special precautions & warnings: Pregnancy and breast-feeding: DHEA is possibly unsafe when taken during pregnancy or breast-feeding. It can cause higher than normal levels of ...
  6. ... 0.6% biotin. Special precautions & warnings: Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Biotin is likely safe when used in recommended amounts during pregnancy and breast-feeding. Children: Biotin is likely safe when taken by ...
  7. ... than once daily. Special precautions & warnings: Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Phosphate salts are commonly consumed in the diet. ... daily during pregnancy and 4 grams daily while breast-feeding. Children: Phosphate salts are commonly consumed in the ...
  8. ... Stay on the safe side and avoid use. Breast-feeding: It is possibly unsafe to use willow bark while breast-feeding. Willow bark contains chemicals that can enter breast ...
  9. ... to 6 months. Special precautions & warnings: Pregnancy and breast-feeding: Lycopene is likely safe during pregnancy and breast-feeding when eaten in typical food amounts. There isn' ...
  10. ... High doses might cause newborns to have seizures. Breast-feeding: Vitamin B6 is likely safe when taken in ... higher doses of vitamin B6 is safe when breast-feeding. Post-surgical stent placement. Avoid using a combination ...
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