Can I have one glass of wine while breastfeeding?

Yes. This will mostly be metabolized by your liver and little if any will appear in the breast milk. So go for it. (i recommend a 2008 oregon pinot noir).
Yes. Most things in moderation are fine. You do not have to "pump and dump" if you have only had one glass of wine.

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Can I have a glass of wine while breastfeeding and do I have to wait to feed my baby?

Hard to comment. There are arguments back and forth about the safety of alcohol consumption during breastfeeding there are some basic facts. Alcohol will pass through the breast milk and it lingers in the milk after it is made.Alcohol converts to byproducts that are toxic to the developing brain.There is no level of alcohol exposure that is considered safe to a developing infant. Read more...

Can I have a glass of wine while breastfeeding? Baby is 3 months do I need to pump and dump if so how long after should I pump?

Yes with caution. Hello, The American Academy of Pediatrics has the following recommendation regarding alcohol and breastfeeding: "a woman chooses to have an alcoholic drink, it’s best to do so just after she has nursed or expressed milk rather than before, and allow at least 2 hours per drink before the next breastfeeding or pumping session. " Read more...
Yes, 2 hours. 1 glass of wine while breastfeeding is fine. I recommend not nursing the baby for 2 hours after the drink. In the average adult, one glass of wine will be cleared from your system - blood and breastmilk - in 60-90 minutes. If you need to pump during that time due to engorgement, dump it. If you time the glass just after a feeding and the next feeding is more than 2 hours later, it's ok to nurse. Read more...
Probably ok. Everything you eat or drink can travel into your breast milk, so the term"Everything in moderation". A glass of wine should not have any ill affects, but the urge to drink more could have an effect on your baby and cause symptoms such as sleepiness, irritablity, and low blood sugar. if you elect to try some wine ,then not on an empty stomach as it will be more rapidly absorbed with higher levels. Read more...