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|Propranolol (Inderal), metoprolol (Lopressor) and labetalol (Normodyne) are excreted in small quantities and are compatible with breast-feeding even in compromised infants.|
|Hyperthyroidism: Clinical hyperthyroidism is rare during pregnancy (0.2% of all pregnancies). However, postpartum thyroiditis may occur in up to 5% of mothers. Postpartum thyroiditis (PPT) initially presents with an over production then after about six weeks an insufficient production of thyroid hormone. The initial hyperthyroid symptoms of PPT are generally mild and can be controlled with propranolol, a medication that is compatible with breastfeeding. Symptoms may be more severe in mothers who have Graves disease.|
Originally Posted by doulajewla
The thing i worry about is that i dont think my heart races 24/7. It definetly was today, but tomorrow it may be normal. I should still take the inderol then, even if im not having symptoms?
Originally Posted by happymomma
Yes, continue to take it. And they usually tell you not to go off unless you wean off slowly.
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