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    • Sertraline and BreastfeedingPrescribing information for Sertraline implies that its not knownset up medication passes through breast milk; however, severalstudies concerning breastfeeding and sertraline seem to demonstratethat sertraline does undergo breast milk, but usually at surprisinglylow (or undetectable) levels. Therefore, many doctors advise theirsufferers its usually okay to nurse a young child while takingsertraline. However, every womans situation differs, so confer withyour doctor for any recommendation in your particular situation.Sertraline and Breastfeeding: A summaryBased on sertraline (Zoloft) prescribing information, its notknown whether Sertraline or a number of its byproducts go throughbreast milk, therefore, just how much. Therefore, the drugsmanufacturer recommends that ladies stop nursing when theyre takingsertraline.However, most healthcare providers regularly advise their sufferersthat its okay to breast-feed while taking sertraline. It is because,generally, the benefits of breastfeeding a kid outweigh the possibleprobable risks for the Sertraline.Exactly, what does the study Say?Even though manufacturer states that its unfamiliar if Sertralinepasses through breast milk, recent reports show that abnormalamounts of Sertraline do appear to go through breast milk.Several research indicates that in females taking sertraline andbreastfeeding, the amount of Sertraline inside their childs bloodis either astonishingly low or undetectable. The most recent study isended by Berle and colleagues, and published within the September2004 edition of the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. They figured"This study adds further evidence to previously published dataindicating that breastfeeding really should not be generallydiscouraged in females using [selective] serotonin reuptakeinhibitors (SSRI)."Talking to Your DoctorYou need to engage with your doctor about breastfeeding while taking
    • sertraline. Everyones situation differs, as well as your doctorunderstands your needs best. Bake what you need and expect, alongwith your current health situation, you and your doctor can create ashared decision thats good for you.Search keywords:zoloft and breastfeeding sertraline side effects breastfeeding