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pediatrician - Dr. Victоr Аbdоw
Rоckville, МD, USА.


Is it allowed to take Bittner ™ during lactation?
Is it safe for a nursing mother and a child?

Bittner is a tradename that contains several active ingredients in its composition: Angelica (High Risk probable) Bitter Orange (Very Low Risk) Blessed Thistle (Very Low Risk) Camphor (High Risk probable) Ginger (Very Low Risk) Liquorice (High Risk probable) Nutmeg (Low Risk probable) Star Anise (Very High Risk) Sweet Flag (High Risk probable) Since each active ingredient of this product may have a different level of risk for breastfeeding, we establish that of the product with higher risk. For more information (pharmacokinetics, references, ...) tap each active ingredient. Note: The composition of certain tradenames varies in each country. Please, make sure this is the composition of the tradename you are looking for..

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Types of risk

VERY LOW RISK
It is allowed while breastfeeding. It is not dangerous for a baby. It is moderately safe. more...

LOW RISK PROBABLE
Possible presence in breast milk is allowed. Follow the doctor's recommendation. more...

HIGH RISK PROBABLE
An unsafe drug, it is necessary to assess the risks while taking. Use safer analogs. more...

VERY HIGH RISK
It is not recommended. You need to stop breastfeeding or choose a safe analog. more...

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