永利皇宫娱乐平台:Birth painkillers cut breastfeeding success


DRUGS used to ease the pain of childbirth could then interfere with breastfeeding. Siranda Torvaldsen of the University of Sydney, Australia, found that 416 women given the opioid drug fentanyl by epidural injection during delivery were twice as likely to have stopped breastfeeding their baby by the age of six months compared with 312 women who didn’t receive epidural fentanyl (International Breastfeeding Journal, DOI:
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