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    Hi there, a while ago I read a thread about an academic who specialises in information regarding the effects of medications through breastmilk. His professional email address.was listed in the post.

    Does anyone recall this post? If so, can you point me on the direction of the post because I don't seem to be able to find it.

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    Hi Albert01,

    I recall the post you are referring to but I can't remember the address or his name either I'm sorry. I wanted to suggest maybe sending missie_mack a pm she is always full of great breast feeding advice and might be able to point you in the right direction. Good luck

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    It's been made a sticky in the breastfeeding section!

    ETA here http://www.bubhub.com.au/community/f...eding-friendly

    Dr Rodney White is a specialist in obstetric drugs (breastfeeding and pregnancy) and is a FANTASTIC resource if you're no sure how the drugs you might/are/have to take will affect breastfeeding and pregnancy. He is based at Monash Uni and is considered the Australian expert in this field. Anyone can call him - doctors, specialists and worried mummies. His number is: (03) 9594 2361. Open 9-5, Mon to Fri. Really nice guy!

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    Default Expert/Professor re breastfeeding & medications

    I've spoken to him before about motilium. He is really lovely and very chatty, and more than willing to give advice.

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    My MCHN recommended I call him too - didn't need to in the end but I was also told he is the expert to speak to, is available for members of the public, and is a lovely guy to boot.

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    Thanks *everyone*for your advice... this app doesn't seen to allow me to 'thank' you after each post I am not trying to be rude, the technology just isn't working for at present.

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    Thanks *everyone*for your advice... this app doesn't seem to allow me to 'thank' you after each post I am not trying to be rude, the technology just isn't working for at present.

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