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Can taking penicilin affect breast feeding?

Not a problem. This medicine is well tolerated during breast feeding, and will not have a negative effect on baby. Read more...

Sinus infection allergic to penicillin and breast feeding. What is safe to take?

Sinusitis. If you are diagnosed with sinusitis, your doctor can prescribe several medicines that are able to be taken by someone allergic to penicillin and breastfeeding. If you just have sinus symptoms and want to take something from the store, you should be able to take an antihistamine for runny nose, breathe hot steam vapor for congestion and drink pleanty of fluids. Read more...
Sinus infection. Most sinus infections are viral and will get better regardless of what you do. Some ways of treating symptoms include decongestants, ibuprofen, nasal saline irrigation and sometimes an intranasal steroid. If confirmed bacterial sinusitis, then Levofloxacin or Azithromycin can be used, although azithro (zpack) is not recommended anymore as first line therapy by infectious disease society. Read more...

My mom is breast feeding her new born but has a dry cough what can she take? She is allergic to penicillin.

See a doctor. Would not see a need to take anything for a dry cough, although gargling with a warm saline rinse might help to ameliorate the cough. If she develops other symptoms and particularly fever she should see a doctor. Read more...