Are Poisonous Animal Bites Can Affect Breast Milk?

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, I am a nursing mother. Does the centipede poison bite affect breast milk ??? I am afraid my child knp2 ..

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Research on the centipede poison whether it can enter into breast milk or not is still very limited. In the mild effect of centipede bites, where symptoms appear only at the location of the bite (such as redness, swelling and pain) you don't need to worry, just simply compress the bite area and its surroundings with ice cubes. Compress aims to relieve pain and shrink blood vessels so that it can inhibit the spread of toxins (if any) throughout the body. Then immediately consult the nearest doctor so that further testing can be done. If a centipede bite causes you dizziness, nausea, vomiting, chills, red rashes on almost the entire body and other symptoms, then you should stop breastfeeding temporarily and immediately go to the nearest emergency room, so you can do further examination and treatment.
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