A Safe Drug For Treating Red Eyes In Nursing Mothers?

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Hello, Doc I have a red eye suddenly, what are the safe eye medicines for breastfeeding mothers? Is the cendoxitrol eye medicine safe for breastfeeding mothers?

1 Answer:

Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The condition of red eye can occur due to various possibilities, including bacterial infections, viral infections, injuries, allergies, exposure to dust and sand, dry eyes and tired eyes. To determine which condition you have, a doctor's examination is mandatory to avoid any misunderstanding.


This examination is important because each condition marked by red eye is not the same medicine. And the drug that you mentioned has antiobiotic properties and as such, is intended for sufferers of red eye caused by a bacterial infection. If it turns out that what you are experiencing is not caused by a bacterial infection, you might not benefit from using the drug.


Our advice, try using standard eye drops first that are sold freely and do not contain hard drugs or that are not labeled red circles. You can ask the pharmacy what options they have. Avoid rubbing your eyes, wear a helmet that covers your face when traveling on a motorcycle, and make sure your hands are clean before touching the face area. Regarding the impact of eye drops on breastfeeding mothers, so far there is no clear research about it, so it is better if you use standard eye drops. If the complaint persists, then check with your eye doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.

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