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  • kaytlin
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    Hi benevideslauren67,

    I suggest taking a look at this thread: [url]https://www.infantrisk.com/forum/forum/medications-and-pregnancy/antidepressants-aa/13600-reviewing-multiple-medications-prior-to-conception-wellbutrin-lamictal-topamax[/url]

    Kaytlin Krutsch, PharmD

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  • benevideslauren67
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    Hello.
    that is, it is better not to take topiramate during pregnancy? and is there any proven research on this? I hope the branch is still relevant.
    thanks for the advice,manager h

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  • kaytlin
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    Mamaof2,

    This is a pretty standard combination for surgery. Our recommendation is to wait 4 hours after you are alert and oriented to breastfeed. The challenge is getting enough calories to maintain production!

    Kaytlin

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  • Mamaof2
    started a topic Breastfeeding 5.5 month old after Oral surgery

    Breastfeeding 5.5 month old after Oral surgery

    I’ll be having oral surgery in a few days and was wondering about breastfeeding my 5.5 month old after. She doesn’t take a bottle so can’t drink pumped milk. They are recommending no feedings for the day but I don’t see how that will work.

    medications are:
    Propofol
    Versed
    Fentanyl
    Zofran
    Toradol
    Dexamethasone
    Clindamycin

    After surgery, Amoxicillin. I’ll won’t fill the Norco prescription and will most likely to to just do Advil.

    Do I wait 4 hours after I wake from surgery to feed her?

    Thank you!

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