17th October 2019

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Is it safe to take allergy medicine while breastfeeding?

Yes, there are allergy medications that are safe to take while you're breastfeeding. Just be careful, because over-the-counter allergy medications are often combined with other drugs in one liquid or pill. Antihistamines, which alleviate allergies, are generally considered safe.

Regarding this, can I take Zyrtec and breastfeeding?

Safety During Breastfeeding: Zyrtec passes from mother to infant in breast milk, but there are no reports of negative side effects in breastfeeding infants. However, if you are concerned about taking Zyrtec while breastfeeding, discuss with your doctor.

Is it safe to take antihistamines while breastfeeding?

There are some hay fever medicines that you can usually take while you're breastfeeding without risk to your baby. Nasal sprays and eyedrops should be tried first, and the antihistamines loratadine and cetirizine are generally considered safe when taken at low doses.

Is zyrtec safe to take in pregnancy?

If you're still suffering -- and if your allergies disrupt your sleep or ability to work -- talk to your doctor about which medications are right for you. Antihistamines like Chlor-Trimeton and Benadryl are safe for pregnant women to take (as are the less-sedating Claritin and Zyrtec).
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