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I'm a breastfeeding mother who took some panadol (acetaminophen). How long do I have to wait before giving my breast milk to baby?

Breastfeeding. There is no problem with using panadol (acetaminophen). You can continue to breastfeed as always. Read more...
You don't. You don't have to wait for this medication to be out of your system before breastfeeding, you're fine to breastfeed while taking this medication. Read more...

If a breastfeeding mother inhale pm2.5 while moving around, will that compromise the safety of her breast milk?

Clarify. First I am not sure what is pm2.5- is it a pesticide or other chemical. A great resource about mothers milk and medications/chemicals is breastfeeding onilne- breastfeeding and medications http://www.Breastfeedingonline.Com/meds.Shtml#sthash.Rnwhtpdg.Dpbs dr thomas hale a pharmacologist from texas tech university does extensive studies on breastmilk and medications. Read more...
PM 2.5 particulates. The small particulates we deal with daily are no worse than the smoke from fires out distant great great grand parents dealt with.The placenta and your own bodies waste removal system (kidney, liver) sifts through your blood and purifies it before it crosses into the breast milk.All of us should avoid fumes from known toxins, oil paint, pesticides for our own health. Read more...

What can cause high Prolactin level in a woman who is not pregnant, not breastfeeding or producing breast milk?

Hyperprolactinemia. Non pregnancy/breastfeeding reasons for high prolactin levels can be due to pituitary secreting excess prolactin (idiopathic prolactinemia), liver disease (cirrhosis), kidney disease, hypothyroidism, chest trauma and stress. Medications can also increase prolactin including psychiatric and gastrointestinal drugs. Estrogens and verapamil can also elevate prolactin levels. Read more...