Can a nursing mother take Pain X?

Diane VanAcker -

After reviewing literature on Quercetin and nursing, we recommend against taking Pain-X while nursing. The Quercetin in the product may show up in the breast milk and expose the infant. Due to the infant’s small size, small concentrations of Quercetin in the breast milk may cause nausea, headache, fatigue in the infant. The product would also be contraindicated if the patient is taking blood thinning medications, Corticosteroids, Cyclosporine, Digoxin, Fluoroguinolones and liver medications.



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