Amoxiclav in HB: possible or not, consequences, reviews
Sometimes a nursing mother is prescribed antibiotic treatment. This happens only in extremely necessary cases, when there is no other way out. Amoksiklav during breastfeeding is prescribed for many diseases, as a safe for the baby, a broad-spectrum drug. When and to whom the drug is prescribed and how to take it we learn below.
Amoxiclav is a combined antibacterial drug. It is used for the treatment of infections of the respiratory tract, urogenital system, inflammation of the breast.
The antibiotic consists of two active substances: amoxicillin and clavulonic acid. Amoxicillin is an antibiotic of the penicillin series, widely distributed and available, quickly absorbed and removed from the body. Clavulonic acid – a substance that blocks the defense mechanisms of bacteria, which contributes to the maximum effective effect of antibiotic.
Amoxicillin is not the strongest antibiotic, it has minimal detrimental effect on the body. Amoxiclav – its combination with clavulonic acid, is able to cope with a severe infection with minimal effect on the digestive organs. Even the stronger antibiotics of the penicillin line are inferior to this drug.
Amoxiclav components are rapidly absorbed, the maximum concentration in the tissues after 60 minutes. The drug is withdrawn after only 90 minutes, therefore, with the correct formulation of the regimen and time of breastfeeding – in the milk there is at least a trace of the drug.
The use of antibiotics during breastfeeding is acceptable. But it must be quickly digestible, fast-withdrawing drugs. It is very important for the safety of the baby - adherence to the amoxiclav. Proper use according to the recommendations of the doctor, guarantees the effectiveness of the drug, the minimum probability of side effects.
Author: Egorov Alexey
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