Eglonyl is also known as sulpiride and is a medicine that is sometimes used for treating mild depression. It also has the effect of increasing the supply of breast milk. Eglonyl definitely passes into breastmilk in quite high amounts so your baby will get some of this medicine while breastfeeding. Although no bad effects on infants have been found or described, I would not advise you to take Eglonyl while breastfeeding your baby.
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