Yes, Commonly called Induced Lactation, it can be used in the case of breastfeeding an adopted infant.
Amphetamines are all category C during pregnancy. Breastfeeding while receiving amphetamines is not recommended because the infant may experience withdrawal symptoms.
the secretion of breast milk in men, or in women who are not breastfeeding an infant.
The best way to prevent diarrhea in an infant is by breastfeeding the baby. Breastfeeding helps keep babies free from many illnesses not just diarrhea.
Although no harmful interactions with Loratidine/Claritin have been reported, there is a theoretical possibility of an interaction with the following drugs: Antibiotics such as erythromycin Cimetidine (Tagamet) Ketoconazole (Nizoral) Special information if you are pregnant or breastfeeding :The effects of Claritin during pregnancy have not been adequately studied. If you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant, inform your doctor immediately. Claritin appears in breast milk and could affect a nursing infant. If Claritin is essential to your health, your doctor may advise you to discontinue breastfeeding until your treatment with Claritin is finished.
This is a common symptom of pregnancy. The hormones in your body are helping your breasts ready themselves to feed an infant.
Linda C. Pugh has written: 'Breastfeeding the healthy newborn' -- subject(s): Breast Feeding, Breastfeeding, Infant, Newborn, Maternal-Child Nursing, Maternity nursing, Newborn Infant, Programmed instruction
Doxycycline should not be used during pregnancy. Tetracycline can damage developing teeth during the last half of pregnancy. If you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant, inform your doctor immediately. Tetracyclines such as doxycycline appear in breast milk and can affect a nursing infant. If Doxycycline hyclate is essential to your health, your doctor may advise you to discontinue breastfeeding until your treatment is finished. So it sounds like it can harm the fetus growth but not make you miscarry.
noabsolutely not it could cause brain defects or seizers in the infant
I'm afraid you could be pregnant. Periods are your body's way of getting rid of unfertilised eggs so basically you are fertile for about 2 weeks before you period is due. So what that means is you could be fertile now and wouldn't know it until your period became due. But if you are breastfeeding, the chances of pregnancy are small. Women tend not to ovulate whilst breastfeeding because it is natures way of making sure that the woman is able to give her full attention to the infant she has.
Breastfeeding is a fantastic way for a new mother to lose weight. Breastfeeding an infant burns 300-500 calories per day. This is equivalent to running 2-3 miles a day!
A pregnancy that is progressing normally and that will most likely result in a healthy infant.
A great diet for a healthy breastfeeding mother, especially is the infant is experiencing gas, is to check out this website http://www.babycenter.com/0_diet-for-a-healthy-breastfeeding-mom_3565.bc. It is a great source for recipes to reduce gassiness in infants.
No, it is not. However, congenital rubella syndrome is. This occurs when a pregnant woman contracts rubella early on in her pregnancy. The rubella may or may not affect the infant.
It is a good idea to drink decaffeinated beverages versus caffeinated beverages when you are breastfeeding. Caffeine makes an infant irritable. Also remember to drink plenty of water when you are breastfeeding.
Not until a female is pregnant. During the last part of pregnancy, milk begins to form. But, the milk does not "come down" (ready for an infant) until after delivery.
If the mother smoked while pregnancy it leads to infant death syndrome.
Breastfeeding pillow aid the mother but reliving some of the stress due to the natural downward angle of the head while breastfeeding. Well designed pillows are generally in an L or mold able shape which would allow the mother to support her neck while carrying the infant.
to accomade the milk for the infant
Prolactin or lactogenic Hormone (PRL) promotes glandular tissue during pregnancy and produces milk after the birth of an infant
You can have her confirm it with a pregnancy test, either at home or at her doctors. You could also just wait and see if she grows a baby bump and if so, that should be followed by her giving birth to an infant.
Although the chnces of conceiving while breastfeeding are slim it is still possible. Breastfeeding will only act as a contraceptive if you are exclusively feeding an infant under 6 months old at least every 6 hours and not having periods. I would suggest if you want to get pregnant and the child you are breastfeeding is still under 6 months and only having breastmilk then express a few bottles in the morning and use these throughout the day instead. Periods should return to normal and you will be able to conceive again. If this is not an option then wait until the child is also eating solid food and feeding less.
C. Ann Kilcher has written: 'Infant feeding practices in Saskatchewan' -- subject(s): Breastfeeding, Infants, Nutrition