# Fractures, bone

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Info about medications while breastfeeding


Also known as 3-Isobutyl GABA, CI 1008, CI-1008, Lyrica, PD 144723 A 3-isobutyl derivative of gamma-amino butyric acid (GABA) with anti-convulsant, anti-epileptic, anxiolytic, and analgesic activities. Although the exact mechanism of action is unknown, pregabalin...
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Tranexamic Acid

Can I take Tranexamic Acid while breastfeeding? Amounts of tranexamic acid in breastmilk appear to be low. Although an international consensus panel recommended against using tranexamic acid during breastfeeding,[1] a subsequent controlled study found no adverse...
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Zoledronic Acid

Can I take Zoledronic Acid while breastfeeding? Because no information is available on the use of zoledronic acid during breastfeeding, an alternate drug may be preferred, especially while nursing a newborn or preterm infant. However, absorption of zoledronic acid by...
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Also known as (RS)-bupivacaine, (±)-bupivacaine, Bupivacaina, Bupivacaine Hydrochloride, Bupivacainum, DL-Bupivacaine, Marcain, Marcaine, Sensorcaine, racemic bupivacaine A long-acting, amide-type local anesthetic. Bupivicaine reversibly binds to specific sodium ion...
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Also known as (RS)-ibuprofen, 4-Isobutylhydratropic acid, Adran, Advil, Amibufen, Anco, Anflagen, Apsifen, Bluton, Brufen, Brufort, Buburone, Butylenin, Dolgin, Dolgirid, Dolgit, Dolo-dolgit, Ebufac, Epobron, Femadon, Haltran, Ibu-attritin, Ibumetin, Ibuprocin,...
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