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Drugs that affect the breast and lactation

8/21/2014
03:23 | Author: Molly Young

Medicine side effect lactation
Drugs that affect the breast and lactation

Drugs in the 1st group affect lactation through stimulation or suppression of the lactogenic pituitary hormone prolactin. Their action may be directly on the.

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Domperidone - Breastfeeding Online

6/20/2014
01:06 | Author: Chloe Allen

Medicine side effect lactation
Domperidone - Breastfeeding Online

Domperidone (Motilium) is a drug that has, as a side effect, the increase of milk nipples (See information sheet Lactation Aid, andFinger and Cup Feeding).

Some side effects which mothers we have treated have reported (very uncommonly, incidentally):headache which disappeared after a few days or when the dose was reduced (probably the most common side effect) abdominal cramps dry mouth. However, our clinical experience has been that side effects in the mother are extremely uncommon, except for increasing milk supply. There is no such thing as a 100% safe drug.

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Using Domperidone for Increasing Milk Production: Domperidone works particularly well to increase milk production under the following circumstances:

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Domperidone has many fewer side effects because it does not enter the brain tissue in significant amounts (does not pass the blood-brain barrier).

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Prescription drugs used for increasing milk supply KellyMom

4/19/2014
01:09 | Author: Nicholas Clark

Medicine side effect lactation
Prescription drugs used for increasing milk supply KellyMom

This depression side effect usually develops over 3-4 weeks, and goes away if mom discontinues Prescription drugs that stimulate lactation.

These drugs do not work in all women and would not be expected to increase milk production in a woman who already has normal (high) prolactin levels. The presence of an appropriate level of the hormone prolactin permits lactation to proceed normally. The drugs used for increasing milk supply work by blocking dopamine, which results in an increase in prolactin levels. When a mother has low prolactin levels, milk supply may be affected. Prolactin levels are primarily regulated by inhibition : the presence of prolactin-inhibiting factors (dopamine is the principal one) keep prolactin levels in check.

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“I just thought I would let you know about a very serious side effect related to the use of Reglan… I wanted to share my experience with the hope of warning any unsuspecting women of this possible nasty side effect.

By Kelly Bonyata, IBCLC.

Motilium (Domperidone)| Reglan (Metoclopramide).

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Lactation in females

2/18/2014
03:32 | Author: Chloe Allen

Medicine side effect lactation
Lactation in females

List of 9 disease causes of Lactation in females, patient stories, diagnostic guides, drug side effect causes. Diagnostic checklist, medical tests.

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Lactating..could it be a side effect of a drug? - Yahoo Answers

10/27/2014
05:25 | Author: Molly Young

Medicine side effect lactation
Lactating..could it be a side effect of a drug? - Yahoo Answers

I don't want to cause you unnecessary concern, but I was diagnosed with a pituitary tumor 13 years ago when I started lactating. I have taken a med.

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