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Ruth Lawrence and Christof Schaefer

3.1

The advantages of breastfeeding versus the risks of maternal medication

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3.2

The passage of medications into the mother's milk

612

3.3

Infant characteristics

613

3.4

Milk plasma ratio

614

3.5

Amount of medication in the milk and relative dose

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3.6

Toxicity of medications in the mother's milk

617

3.7

Medications that affect lactation

619

3.8

Breastfeeding support

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New Mothers Guide to Breast Feeding

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