Clinical trials

This page offers some info about drugs safety while breastfeeding in the context of specific diseases and conditions extracted from clinical trials. Clinical trials are research investigations in which people volunteer to test new treatments or tests as a means to prevent, detect, treat or manage various diseases or medical conditions.

Attention. Please note that the drug’s indication is extracted from a variety of sources (e.g., ATC, DailyMed, taking into account the level of the phase which a compound has “achieved” in a clinical trial. The drug present in the results is approved to treat the disease or it indicates that has had clinical trials to understanding the potential role of the drug in a symptom.

Do not use these results automatically extracted to obtain a correlation between a desease and treatment of the disease, the search result can also be interpreted like a drug that causes or increases the occurrence of the symptom. Only a doctor may decide the medication you need to take after a diagnosis.

Find a disease or a condition by its first letter.