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Medicines for running nose and fever during breastfeeding - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   I am breastfeeding my baby (30 days old). I have been suggested to use Dolo 650, citrizen for fever and running nose. Let me know if it is fine to use during breastfeeding
User :   hi let me know the answer for my query
Doctor :   Hi I AM Dr. XXX
User :   Hi
User :   I am breastfeeding my baby (30 days old). I have been suggested to use Dolo 650, citrizen for fever and running nose. Let me know if it is fine to use during breastfeeding
Doctor :   I am going thru your query please wait
Doctor :   Dolo is safer for breast feeding mothers and infants
Doctor :   so u can use the Dolo for fever , pain in Sinuses and headaches
User :   then citrizen
User :   is it okay
Doctor :   Yes, it is Ok to take citrizine as well
User :   ok thank you
Doctor :   Thank you for consulting me here
Doctor :   Do you have any other query
User :   Are there any chance of my baby getting the fever because of me?
Doctor :   NO
User :   Okay, Thank you
Doctor :   Thank you for consulting me here
Doctor :   Do you have any other query
Doctor :   Thank you for consulting me , Bye for Now
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