with no adverse effect on the nursing infant whatsoever?
From what I know of this, the choices are limited. The best source of this information is a trusted physician, your OBGYN is the one who can steer you in the right direction. Goes without saying, if it's in your bloodstream it has a good chance on being in your breast milk. The medical community has studied this to death, and I would urge you to get the answers from the Dr who knows you personally. Definitely not something to take chances with. Hope this helps.
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