Our expert says:
Sulpiride (the active ingredient) is excreted into breastmilk in rather large amounts - However, two studies found no adverse effects in breastfed infants whose mothers were treated with sulpiride.
Your doctor should decide whether the benefit of taking this medication outweights any potential risk.
Your dose is relatively low (which is probably as a result of minimising risk to your baby): It may however still have an positive effect on your mood. Give it 3 weeks and then re-evaluaty its efficacy.
All the best.
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