Our expert says:
Warfarin is not detectable in the breast milk of mothers who take warfarin . It is therefore safe to take in the breast-feeding woman. Since only a limited number of women on warfarin have been studied, these data can not exclude occasional passage of small amounts of warfarin into breast milk, but such doses are unlikely to cause bleeding in the newborn.
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