Selection Of Flu And Inflammation Drugs That Are Safe For Nursing Mothers?
Good evening .. I want it, I have a cold and inflammation, I want to take medicine but I still breastfeed. what is suitable for nursing mothers?
The Panadol medicine you mentioned has several variants. In all variants there is a content of Paracetamol which functions as an antipyretic (reducing fever) and mild analgesics (reducing pain). For cold medicine variants are green ones, divided by 2 that reads cold flu or flu & cough. These variants contain the following ingredients:
Phenylephrine HCl. Serves as a decongestant, reducing colds and nasal congestion. Its solubility in the blood is only 40% when taken orally (drunk), so it is very unlikely to be distributed through breast milk. Safe for breastfeeding mothers. Dextromethorphan Hbr. Functioning as an antitussive, reducing complaints of cough. If consumed in normal dosage limits, it is safe to use for nursing mothers and will not have an effect on the baby. Pseudoephedrine HCl. Functioning as a decongestant. May cause reduced milk production during consumption. If your complaints do not also decrease after taking a counter medication, you should still consult a doctor directly. Consume foods that are highly nutritious, multiply to eat fruits and drink water. Enough rest. Wear a mask over the nose so that it doesn't infect the baby while breastfeeding. Wash your hands before touching the baby.
Thus the explanation from me, may be useful.