Can Breastfeeding Be Given To Treat Dog Roundworm Disease?

Parasitical My child often has hives and pimples on his back. After some time, I took all the packaging, but I did come back. She currently has a 3-month-old baby and is breastfeeding.
Please ask the doctor if the child is infected if she is breastfeeding, can she come to the examination center for medication? Thank you doctor

. Name: Ngo thi mai lan.
Dear sister Lan! Through what she told us would like to answer her as follows:
Through the information that she provided, we realized that it is very likely that her child has an allergy due to food, environment, weather changes .
In addition, she should also monitor the baby if any of the following symptoms are present. If so, she takes her child to Anh Nga International Clinic for direct consultation, testing and treatment by a doctor.

Can Breastfeeding Be Given To Treat Dog Roundworm Disease?

While breastfeeding, there is still a possibility of helminth infections, depending on the species of worms and flukes that have different symptoms.
Images of itchy skin caused by dog flu disease (dog roundworm)
- With the parasitic nematodes in the intestine have symptoms such as abdominal pain around the navel, nausea, dizziness, itching caused by worms, go out repeatedly ...
- Blood helminths, especially dog roundworm (Dog), cause skin itching, urticaria, allergies, less abdominal pain and digestive disorders

- Worm medications often contain the active ingredient Albendazole or Mebendazol, this drug is almost non-toxic to patients, because they are less absorbed into the bloodstream, but the drug is not recommended for pregnant women and women who are giving breast-feeding
Therefore, if you want to treat worms, you must stop breastfeeding for 2 days to allow time for the drug to pass through the stool.
Happy baby soon healthy.
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Can Breastfeeding Be Given To Treat Dog Roundworm Disease?

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