Is prune juice excreted through breast milk?

NO. Prune juice is not excreted through your breasts. If you have unusual nipple discharge please have it evaluated by your physician.

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How long after catching a cold does your body make antibodies so that thy can be passed through breast milk? I got a cold and don't want baby sick.

7 days. Is the expected time to make antibodies though you body is working on them as soon as you are sick. With good hand hygiene I do not feel you have to stay away from your child. Read more...
Already present. The early milk already has antibodies of the IGA class that provide non-specific blocking to early germ exposure. The IGG made during your illnesses does not contribute much to breast milk after birth, though much is passed during pregnancy. Read more...

How safe is it to breast feed, while taking anti depressants /psychotics? Can the medications be passed through breast milk?

They pass thru milk. You need to discuss with your md. A depressed mom is not good for infants. You must evaluate the benefits to mom'smental cd risk to baby. Read more...
May be OK. It depends on which medication you are taking. Some, sertraline for instance, have been extensively studied, appear to be safe and don't affect milk production. Some, like lithium, are probably unsafe. Many simply have not been studied well so it becomes a judgment call about risks and benefits. Read more...
Yes . Anti psychotic & anti depressant medications pass through breast milk and can affect your baby. Effect on the baby varies depending on the medication. Your baby may also have withdrawal side effects if you stop taking your meds suddenly which could be serious. If you decide to breadfeed on these meds, time the feeding when the medications are least likely to be concentrated in your milk. Read more...

Is it possible for an adult to contract HIV through breast milk? I happened to ingest a few drops from a stripper. Now I am worrried if I am infected

Extremely unlikely. The virus is not prevalent in breast milk and it is very difficult to become infected via the oral route. This is because it takes a pretty large amount of the virus gaining access to your bloodstream to become infected. Odds are she doesn't have HIV so i wouldn't fret but there are other stds and the hepatitis c virus is 100's of times more transmissible than HIV - still not likely by that route. Read more...
Body secretion . Any body secretion can transmit HIV if you have cuts in mouth or bleeding gums go and get a blood test for hiv. Read more...