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    antidepressants and breastfeeding
    twenty7ways posted:
    my psyc just switched me to welbutrin in the am and paxil in the evening. he says to try and not feed my daughter, 7 months old, for 4 hours after i take each medication. im wondering if anyone has more information on this. i tried calling a nurse line & a pediatricians office but im getting the run around & it is really hard for my daughter to get used to her 'new' wating schedual. it is very important to me to continue breastfeeding until she reaches 1yr. bottles are not an option. any advice or knowledge would be great!!!
    Guinnessstout responded:
    Call or check out the InfantRisk Center at . The phone number is 806-352-2519. They will be the most knowledge experts to ask. I've sometimes asked 2-3 people about medicine safetly and I'll get 2-3 different answers. Hope that helps.

    Hope you are feeling better soon!
    Amanda. Mommy to my sweet pea born 8/9/10. Breastfeeding and completely dairy and soy free due to allergies in Mom and Baby.

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