Vicodin and breast feeding
Small amounts of hydrocodone get into breast milk. When I was breastfeeding my first baby, a pediatrician at the hospital where I delivered recommended buying vitamin E for sore nipples. My OB prescribed some diflucan make sure you take it for a month, not the usual 2 weeks. The exact recipe is on Dr. Maria on September 5, at pm. I was just at this place with ds 4 who is now 2 months. Carrie on September 3, at pm.
Here is a list of common pain medications:
Hydrocodone use while Breastfeeding
Your Pregnancy Matters. Each day should be better than the day before. I think I have that SIS too. The swelling typically peaks 3 or 4 days after delivery. Carrie on September 3, at pm. You have a great blog, by the way.
Hydrcodone and breast feeding - InfantRisk Forums
Have you considered the use of a nipple shield for the first few weeks? I have tough Italian skin, but I still needed a sip of wine, and the Hail Mary said through gritted teeth for about the first three weeks of EACH child. If someone had just told me to ignore that unhelpful accusation, that it was just going to take a while for us to sort it out and in the meantime it was really going to hurt, I think it would have reduced my frustration and guilt immensely. Her torticollis disappeared, her latch improved, and I no longer had to have the boppy pillow everywhere I went. While opioid use during pregnancy is not common, it is something that can have a big impact on you and your baby. For less urgent question, you can Email Dr.
My little one is 9 months and if he decides to chomp or play with my nipples they still get sore while nursing, but not th agonizing pain of the first couple of weeks. Kara on January 21, at pm. Anyway, all of your comments have been so helpful. Teenagers may abuse these drugs in an effort to self-medicate or attempt suicide. Maternal use of oral narcotics during breastfeeding can cause infant drowsiness, central nervous system depression and even death. However, morphine is the preferred opiate to use by a breastfeeding mother due to its poor oral bioavailability. Not having extra hands available, getting her latched on successfully was easier said than done, but at least I had something to shoot for.