Caution! While most beta blockers are ok during pregnancy (fda category b, studied in animal reproduction trials but not human, and no signs of adverse events), Pindolol lists a "caution if breast feeding" on the label. This is due to the medication being transferred in breast milk to the baby, causing slow heart rates, low BP or aggravating asthma. Talk to your pediatrician.
Ask your doctor. There is limited information indicating that maternal Pindolol produces low levels in milk. With a short half-life and only moderate renal excretion, it would not be expected to cause any adverse effects in breastfed infants, especially if the infant is older than 2 months. In a study of mothers taking beta-blockers during nursing there was increased adverse reactions in breast fed infants.
Pindolol and breast . No.Its not ok to take this medication while breast feeding since it passes in breast milk and can harm baby seriously.
Limited Data. Limited information indicates that maternal Pindolol produces low levels in milk. It also has a short half-life and only moderate renal excretion, so it would not be expected to cause any adverse effects in breastfed infants, especially if the infant is older than 2 months.
Pindolol. Pindolol comes into the breast milk, as such it is recommended not to breast feed when taking pindolol.
Yes. There is virually no data about using this medication with breastfeeding. Dr. Thomas hale, who is one of the worlds experts on medications and breastfeeding, has no real data on safety. However, his website states that it is likely safe since most of the other medications in this class are safe. That is not, however, a lot to go off of and i might suggest you talk to your doctorfor a safe med.