Ledia - posted on 02/11/2015
It should tell you on the information packet that came with the morning after pill. It should have been stapled into the bag, or at least slipped into the bag the pharmacist gave you with the pills in it.
Usually looks like a printer print out and will have your name and info at the top, then a page or two of print about the drug. It should tell you everything you need to know from possible side effects to adverse effects, and whether you can use it while breastfeeding or not. If you can't find any info in it on breastfeeding specifically, it is best to call your doctor before breastfeeding your baby. The morning after pill has some very strong drugs in it that can be harmful to babies. I don't know how much ends up in the breastmilk.
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