The Medicine For Bad Breath Is Consumed By Nursing Mothers?
Hi … I am currently breastfeeding a baby for 2 months. But now I have problems with bad breath. Some of the ways I try to start eating each toothbrush, then diligently drinking water. Until finally I was googling there was a medicine called freshmul. Am I breastfeeding, can I take the medication safely? Thank you
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Bad breath or halitosis is a condition where a person has a bad breath. This can be caused by various things, including:
Nausea and vomiting during pregnancy
Hormonal changes during pregnancy
Dehydration or lack of drinking
Eating onions, fish, cheese, spicy foods, orange juice, soda and coffee
Brushing teeth rarely
There is food left between your teeth
Certain health conditions such as bronchitis, stomach acid disease, pneumonia, sore throat, and flu
So with so many possibilities, the best treatment is actually to adjust the possible causes. Regarding your question, the drug is an herbal medicine, the way it works, its interactions, as well as safe doses and their medical impact has not been understood thoroughly through research. As a consumer, it is your right to continue to try the product, but with your breastfeeding condition, we advise you not to try it first because it is still uncertain about its safety.
In addition, we encourage you to avoid the bad breath triggers mentioned above, use mouthwash, consume mint candy or chew mint leaves, and if that does not work, consult a doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.