Deriphyllin during breast feeding

Deriphyllin during breast feeding

Question (Posted on :  11 Jul 2009 )


can i take deriphyllin retard 150 during breast feeding?

Doctor's Response (Posted on : 12 Jul 2009 )


Deriphyllin (or Theophylline) is secreted in breast milk. How old is the infant now ?



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