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Is Diatabs Safe For Lactating Mothers
Relatively: This anticholinergic is considered relatively safe during lactation when used at regular doses. It was once used in babies with colic but stopped due to a variety of side effects. These have not been seen as an issue if mom uses it during breast feeding. See. Hale t, "medications and mothers milk" 15ed, 2012. ...Read more
Unknown: I can't find any data that looks at the use/safety of glutathione in lactating women. Sorry I can't be of more help. ...Read more
Hi. I know that raw cabbage is not recommended for lactating mothers. Will fried cabbage (onion, broccoli) affect my baby?
It can: Cabbage is one of the bigger no-no's, raw or cooked, as well as cruciferous veggies (broccoli, brussel sprouts, asparagus), onions, garlic, caffeine, spicy foods, and large amounts of dairy or tomatoes. Not everything affects everybody though, and some are affected by weird things, like almonds or even the gas drops themselves. ...Read more
AAP & Flagyl: Metronidazole (Flagyl) is rated by the AAP as a drug whose effect on infants is unknown, but it may be of concern because older studies found its use in pregnancy to be associated with mutagenicity. Nevertheless, the amount transferred to the infant through breast milk is much lower than the therapeutic dosage for infants, and no adverse effects have been reported from exposure through breast milk ...Read more
My wife is a lactating mother who generally doesn't get much sleep and she's always complaining of dizziness and pains in body. What's the cause?
What are the effects of high blood sugar (200+) in a lactating mother, on her infant child? Does high blood sugar = sweeter milk?
Haven't heard data: Haven't heard any data on that. Since milk production is a living process, it is reasonable to suspect that the lactose (a combination of glucose & galactose sugars) might increase if mom's blood glucose rises above a certain excessive level, and to suspect that glucose might "leak" into breastmilk if mom's glucose level is over some threshold level. Don't know if any researcher has milk this way. ...Read more
Iam a lactating mother my son is 6 months old now suddenly from 10 days I am experiencing massive hair fall what suppliments can I take I'm 29?
Thyroid check: See your doctor and have your thyroid function checked. ...Read more
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Are there benefits for mother breastfeeding adopted child? My husband and I are wanting to adopt an infant, and I was told by a lactation consultant that I could begin re-lactating by a series of steps needing to take place before hand. I know the benef
Bonding,: I've assisted adoptive mom lactate; all felt it enhanced bonding. Adoptive moms who lactate don't usually have an adequate breast milk supply and will need to supplement with formula, which can be given via a supplemental nutrition device taped to mom's nipple, so baby receives breast milk and formula simultaneously. May reduce breast cancer, in post partum-wgt loss, shrink uterus. Congrats! ...Read more
I am 28 yrs lactacting mother (8month child). Now a days milk production is reduced. Any mdication or diet plan to increase the milk production?
Increase: Increase your fluid intake and consume more dairy rich products. ...Read more
Why: Why are you taking it? What benefit do you believe it has? ...Read more
Not proven safe: The extraordinarily large doses of the vitamins in this product can result in high blood levels, which in turn can mean excessive levels in breast milk. The caffeine component is also passed through breastmilk. Experts recommend minimizing caffeine use in breastfeeding mothers. Stick to a regular prenatal vitamin and a healthy diet and exericse until your child has weaned. ...Read more
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Becoming Pregnant: Medicine does not answer this question in the way you ask. Until a female is no longer fertile (has gone into menopause) she is able to become pregnant. After aged 35 I believe that is when some of the genetics problems in some percent of pregnancies begin to increase. ...Read more
From what I can: Discover the answer is "no." Information available online suggests Black MamBa contains multiple stimulants including caffeine, synephrine and, of most concern, ephedra. Not only do these stimulants cause unpleasant side effects--feeling hyper and jittery--but ephedra has been banned for use in diet products by the FDA. Plus its effectiveness is unproved. Save your money; stay well. ...Read more
Babies tend to get what they need at mom's expense. If you are underweight, there is a higher risk for growth problems if you are not consuming enough calories.
In a normal pregnancy, you only need an extra 300 calories per day in the third trimester from what you would normally eat when you are not pregnant. In spite of popular belief, you are not really "eating for two". ...Read more
Yes safe: Yes glad you breast feed, Gods milk, should nto be a problem ...Read more
Absolutely.: Influenza vaccines are safe in pregancy and in breastfeeding women. They are also safe for infants. The vaccine is a killed virus and cannot cause the flu. Prevention of the flu is very important, especially for very young (babies) and very old people. Please get your flu shot as soon as it is available to you to protect your health and the health of your baby. ...Read more
My hubby want me to lactate him atleast twicw a day, I want to know that is it safe to breastfeed my hubby? If any body has tried this before then plz
Safe???????????: It is certainly a form of nutrition that has assured the survival of thousands of generations. It will not harm, but a good question is why? Is he into a baby fetish? If it suits you both fine, otherwise I would get into some family counseling. At least it's not whips & chains! ...Read more
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...: Boils are typically caused by the bacteria called staphylococcus aureus (mrsa and mssa). It is usually spread through contact with someone’s skin or personal items (towels, razors, etc). To prevent MRSA wash your hands often, keep cuts covered, and don't share towels or razors. Treatment of boils can include drainage and antibiotics depending on the sensitivity of the bacteria isolated. ...Read more