Breastfeeding and migraine drugs

  title={Breastfeeding and migraine drugs},
  author={R. Davanzo and J. Bua and G. Paloni and G. Facchina},
  journal={European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology},
  • R. Davanzo, J. Bua, +1 author G. Facchina
  • Published 2014
  • Medicine
  • European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology
  • PurposeBreastfeeding women may suffer from migraine. While we have many drugs for its treatment and prophylaxis, the majority are poorly studied in breastfeeding women. We conducted a review of the most common anti-migraine drugs (AMDs) and we determined their lactation risk.MethodsFor each AMD, we collected all retrievable data from Hale’s Medications and Mother Milk (2012), from the LactMed database (2014) of the National Library of Medicine, and from a MedLine Search of relevant studies… CONTINUE READING
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