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  1. ... your breast milk. Know about your medicines and breastfeeding. Many medicines pass into mother's milk. Most of the time, ... that are OK to take while you are breastfeeding. The American ... Committee on Drugs keeps a list of these drugs. Your provider ...
  2. ... certain foods or beverages I should avoid when breastfeeding? Should I avoid certain medicines while breastfeeding? How should I care for my ...
  3. ... postpartum care High-risk pregnancy care (maternal-fetal medicine) Breastfeeding and nursing INFERTILITY SERVICES Infertility specialists are an ...
  4. ... not eating or drinking. For infants, this includes breastfeeding. Take any needed medicines with a small sip of water. If you ...
  5. ... birth often includes medicine, talk therapy, or both. Breastfeeding will play a role in what medicine your provider recommends. You may be referred to ...
  6. ... Medicines passed through breast milk. If you are breastfeeding, talk to your own doctor about the medicines you take. Baby formula. Some babies are sensitive ...
  7. ... Are pregnant, plan to become pregnant, or are breastfeeding Have allergies Are taking other medicines Drink a lot of alcohol Have diabetes, kidney ...
  8. ... Are pregnant, plan to become pregnant, or are breastfeeding Have allergies Are taking other medicines Plan to have surgery or dental work If ...
  9. ... is being done on an infant who is breastfeeding, make sure the provider knows what medicines the nursing mother is taking.
  10. ... Are pregnant, plan to become pregnant, or are breastfeeding. Nursing mothers should not take this medicine. Have allergies Are taking other medicines Plan to ...
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