Akt 4 During Breast Feeding

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Aiysha Says:

My baby is 20 days old and I have been prescribed akt-4. Can i take the medicine while breast feeding the baby or it can cause any harm to the baby.

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vena Says:

my baby iz 2 yrs old,can i breast feed my baby.

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Verwon Says:

Generally, the FDA lists this medication as being safe during breastfeeding, but some is excreted into the breast milk, which could cause some side effects in the infant, such as drowsiness, skin rash, and diarrhea.

This medication is most often used to treat Tuberculosis, so it should only be taken if your doctor has confirmed that you have TB, and that this is the best treatment option for you.

How are you both doing, now?

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