If thrush is transmitted trav? S milk, then why? is that you can give to the baby? milk?

October 3rd, 2013 by Emily
treatments for thrush
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Question: If thrush is transmitted trav? s milk, then why? is that you can give to the baby? milk I exclusively pump and I have thrush and so? so did my son. Other moms who have had thrush were told to pump and feed their kids milk, as usual, while the treatment of candidiasis. But because they are not breastfed, I Getting Bigger? to trav? s of milk, so I should not give milk Qued me? frozen since before I got thrush? Greatest answer:


Not sure if it is transmitted in milk, but do not give? aa? l. Get the two treaties ys give you fresh milk.

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2 Comments on “If thrush is transmitted trav? S milk, then why? is that you can give to the baby? milk?”

  1. Cohen's mum back again says:

    no you can still give it to him but you BOTH need to be treated. your niipple still has thrush and since your milk is coming out of it, th milk comes in contact. eeven bottle feed babies can get thrush though, ones who don’t get breastmilk

  2. Tanya says:

    You can’t give him your old milk – once you start the treatment you should only feed him freshly expressed stuff. Make sure both you and your baby get treated.
    There’s a lot more to thrush than that though, especially in your special situation. Refer to kellymom.com for more info, and call your local LLL leader. IT’s free and they are very knowleadgeble about these things.

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