Purbac 480mg And Breastfeeding

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primprose Says:
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QMy baby is 11 months and I'm breastfeeding,my doctor prescribed purbac480 and he said it was mild and it won't affect my baby, 2 weeks later my baby started a severe rash and his skin turned darker,I don't wanna stop breastfeeding, how long does it take to clear on my system?I have stopped cause I wanna breastfeed,please advise



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joe Says:

I am taking pregnacare plus omega-3 for breast feeding, for a while my 8 months baby daughter have some rash on her two arms only. the doctor has given her purbac antibiotics.
can she take it even though i'm taking the pregnacare plus omega-3 to breastfeed her?

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Verwon Says:

Hello, Primprose! How are you?

It should only take a day or two. The FDA lists other possible side effects of this antibiotic as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache and diarrhea.

Joe, yes, that should be fine, since the ones you're taking are just supplements.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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