Can I breastfeed after having anesthesia for surgery? | Parents - Anesthesia breast feeding

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When mom has surgery. General. Doctors, nurses, and midwives often inform mothers to “pump and dump” their breast milk for 24 hours after receiving anesthesia to avoid passing medications to.

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By Kesho - 20:50
Cobb, B, Liu, R, Valentine, E, Onuoha, O. Breastfeeding after anesthesia: A review for anesthesia providers regarding the transfer of medications into breast milk.
By Goltizshura - 22:08
General anesthesia should not affect breastfeeding. You can safely nurse once you are awake and alert enough to hold your baby. By that time.
By Fenrimuro - 00:55
For mothers committed to breastfeeding, the need to have surgery and anesthesia often presents a concern. In addition to the logistical difficulty of breastfeeding.
By Shaktigami - 11:06
Many safe ways to manage breastfeeding around having an operation. Nearly all drugs used during local/general anaesthesia and sedation will pass into breast.

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