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Breastfeeding and Nat phos 6

hi all

I want to lose my pregnancy weight.
I breastfeed my baby and want to knw if Nat phos 6 is safe to take while breastfeeding. will it cause harm to my milk supply wil it have any effect on my baby.

I recently started giving Nat Phos 6 - half tab to my 3 month baby 3 times a day

Thnx All....
  newmummy on 2011-11-29
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Do you have any issues other than weight gain like...
irritability of mind
body pain
preference for warmth and intolerance for cold etc.
sleep disorders
how is your bowel movement
how is your thirst
kadwa 8 years ago
sorry for late reply.
i need to lose 7kg i am breastfeeding and losing weight slowly. can i take nat phos to help speed it up. i am currently giving my 3 month baby for reflux.

see answers below to ur questions. thank u

do you have any issues other than weight gain
irritability of mind
not really - just tired guess it is normal for new mums. sometimes little things worry me and i just like to get it out d way otherwise i'm fine just normal stresses and lack of sleep
body pain
yes - but i also think this is due to no rest and lack of slp
preference for warmth and intolerance for cold
not really
sleep disorders
how is your bowel movement
it's normal i get constipation every so often and i strain while passing bowels but i'm ok otherwise
how is your thirst
it's normal
newmummy 8 years ago
You may take Natrum Phos 6x for few days (3-4 days) and see how it affects your bowel movements and other symptoms. It is not expected to cause any harm to your milk supply.
kadwa 8 years ago

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