Health & medicines
December 04 2013
When prescribing a medicine to a nursing mother, should be considered potential adverse effects that can directly cause the medicine on the baby, but this is not the only influence possible, since there are also other actions of the drug, such as those this may have on the quantity and quality of milk secretion and on breast feeding as a whole and also on the health of the mother.
Ideally all these aspects should be known by the scientific community in order to properly assist and advise mothers requiring one or more medicines. However, nothing is further from reality, because there is insufficient and fractionary knowledge about a considerable amount of medicines.
The content of these pages reflects in the most concise but scientifically rigorous way possible, what is known about of most used drugs effects on nursing mothers and their children.
These pages contain lists of authorized medicines in various countries listed below:
[ Australia ] [ Brazil ] [ Canada ] [ France ] [ Germany ] [ India ] [ Italy ] [ Japan ] [ Korea ] [ Mexico ] [ Puerto Rico ] [ Spain ] [ Turkey ] [ United Kingdom ] [ U.S.A. ]
Given the nature of the pharmaceutical market, some specialties may not be sold, have been suspended or had its name changed or ended, so that in no case can take decisions based on the information contained in the page. MEDIZZINE not responsible for any damages arising from the information provided, which may be incomplete or outdated.
Temporarily may be not available trade names of certain active ingredients.
WARNING ABOUT THE CONTENTS
This page provides information to clarify some basic questions about the use of drugs in relation to driving. It is not exhaustive and, therefore, does not expose all of the available information and does not replace the information that you can provide your doctor, who must ultimately address to answer your questions.