Our expert says:
Firstly, nobody should EVER accept any prescription from their doctor without asking him to specifically describe the possible significant side-effects of that medicine ; secondly, don't collect a prescription from a pharmacy, without asking the pharmacist the same question. Thirdly, don't ever accept any medication from a pharmacy unless they include with it a copy of the Package Insert which lists all safety advice and side-efects, etc. Fourthly, ten sit and read that Insert. remember that the side-effects described are possible, but not compulsory, and that all side-effects tend to get better after the first few days to a week or so.
And no doctor should prescribe ANY medicine whatsoever to a woman he knows might be breastfeeding her baby, withou making sure that it is safe to do so.
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