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Breastfeeding Mother White Stools
Ok for breastfeeding mother to take ducolax or miralax (polyethylene glycol)? Baby is 13 weeks. If not, what stool softening med is safe?
Miralax (polyethylene glycol) is safe: Miralax (polyethylene glycol) is a safe and effective stool softener for breastfeeding mothers. There is little to no systemic absorption of this medication. To help with issues of constipation also suggest increased exercise, increased hydration with water, and a balanced diet with lots of fruits, vegetables, and items high in fiber. ...Read more
Breastfeeding is providing nutrition to an infant using breat milk either directly by infant latching and sucking on the nipple or by feeding via bottle with expressed breast milk (when baby has difficulty suckling). Breast milk is the best milk for any baby but ...Read more
Am a breastfeeding mother for 3weeks old baby, i have BV Is there any safe medicine i can take to treat it?P.s mitronidazole suppository not available
Metronidazole ok: Aware available as an oral pill and vaginal gel ...Read more
My 80 days boy suffering by frequent s stools dr gave endobact 3 dsys not cured.
now giving oxfloacin omidazole 5ml 4hours once for one day
no improvement I am scaring. plz help me
he is fully breastfeeding boy from birth leave stools every breastfeeding
Frequent stools: I need to know if the stools are watery, soft or normal because babies have a strong gastrocolic reflex that make them have a small bowl movement after each feeding, if that is the case as long as it is not loose or watery then it is ok especially if he is growing & gaining weight . But if the stool is loose or watery , the baby is not gaining weight then check back with his Dr. Good luck ...Read more
Hello i've read that breastfeeding would change the baby DNA's, Parts of the mother dna"s which is in the milk would inter the baby dna' is it true?
No: Your DNA is the library of information held within the nucleus of each living cell. What you eat or drink at any age does not change the DNA. What you eat or drink could injure a cell, or keep it healthy in general, but breast milk does not target or change DNA. Breast milk contains immune factors that can help baby avoid illness & is designed to be the best nutritional source for early growth. ...Read more
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