Guide
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Antibiotic treatment during lactation can result in serious side effects: shock syndrome (goiter), immunosuppression, liver, kidney, hematopoietic and nervous system, etc.Most drugs into breast milk and has a negative effect on the child, so antibiotics while breastfeeding involves cessation of breast-feeding during treatment.Subsequently, this leads to disruption of the natural process of lactation.
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during lactation is allowed to use penicillins ("Ampicillin", "Penicillin", "Ampioks", "Amoxiclav", "amoxicillin), cephalosporins (" Cephalexin "," cefazolin "," Tsefaksitin ")and macrolides ("Azithromycin" "Erythromycin" "Vilprafen" "Sumamed").According to studies of these drugs in milk in small amounts n
ot harmful to the baby.Sometimes, however, these drugs can have side effects, in this case, the child has a rash, there is a violation of intestinal microflora.In this case, you need to stop taking the antibiotic and replace it with another.
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contraindicated during lactation, "the tetracycline," "Lincomycin" "Chloramphenicol", "Clindamycin" "Ciprofloxacin" Metronidazole "."Chloramphenicol" inhibits hematopoietic function of bone marrow in infants, "tetracycline" can cause disruption of bone formation that, in the future, affect the formation of the rudiments of teeth and skeletal growth of tubular bones.The use of "Metronidazole", "Clindamycin" threatened breach of protein metabolism.Do not use antibiotics, the fluoroquinolones ("Ofoloksatsin", "Tsifloksinal", "Tsiprolon", "Levofloxacin", "TSifran", "nolitsin", "Avelox").These drugs damage interarticular cartilage and have a negative impact on the growth of children.
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Breastfeeding during antibiotic treatment is carried out in accordance with established procedure.The drug should be adjusted over time feeding.Take the medicine recommended before the longest break - in the evening, before going to bed.Breastfeeding after antibiotics are contraindicated during lactation, resuming after the drug and its metabolites are removed from the body tissues.The duration of this period is indicated in the instructions for use of the drug (see "Pharmacokinetics").