Antibiotics permitted breastfeeding
modern pharmacy offers a choice of several antibiotics that are allowed during breastfeeding.They penetrate into the milk, but in very low concentrations, so almost no cause intoxication in children.These antibiotics include the following groups: penicillins, cephalosporins, and aminoglycosides.
«Amoksilav" - semisynthetic penicillin excipient beta-lactamase inhibitor.Effective against infections, which cause diseases of upper respiratory tract, upper and lower respiratory tract, urinary tract, bone and connective tissue.The drug is used in gynecology, odontogenic diseases and animal bites.
«Amoxicillin" - a broad spectrum antibiotic.Recommend with otitis, bronchitis, pneumonia, pharyngitis, pyelonephritis, Menig and other infectious diseases.By the authorize
in lactation is allowed to use the drug "gentamicin" with the active substance aminoglycoside.He was appointed at the complicated abdominal and urogenital infections, otitis media, sepsis, inflammatory processes in the respiratory tract, skin and soft tissues.It is widely used for burns and wounds.The analog of the drug is "netromycin."
in lactation with infectious illnesses can be applied "Ceftriaxone".It is a semisynthetic cephalosporin antibiotic large spectrum.Prescribed for the treatment of infections of bones and joints, abdominal organs and pelvis, kidney, urinary and respiratory tract.Also, "cefotaxime" and "cefazolin" refer to drugs that you can take a nursing mother.
Antibacterial preparations belonging to the group of macrolides, have the ability to penetrate into breast milk.However, they have low toxicity.In some cases, may cause the baby allergic reactions, suppression of the normal microflora of the intestines and stomach, diarrhea, and thrush.In case of side effects in a child, my mother should stop taking the antibiotic.For drugs, macrolides include "Sumamed" "Macropen" and "erythromycin".Recommended in the treatment of whooping cough and diphtheria, infections of the genitourinary system, mucous membranes, respiratory tract, skin and enteritis caused by Campylobacter.