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  • Opioid Agonist Therapy and Substance Use in Breastfeeding (Fraser Health) [English] Public

    If you use medications or substances, you might be wondering how to breast feed safely. Many medicines and substances pass into breast milk and could affect your baby’s health. This pamphlet looks at opioid agonist therapy, substance use, alcohol use, and cannabis product use in women who are breastfeeding or wish to breast feed their baby. (English) Colour

    Printing Cost:
    $0.06 (B&W) $0.36 (Colour)
    Packaging Unit Quantity:
    50
    Printshop Number:
    266005
    Diagnosis and Therapy:
    • Rehabilitation and Recovery,
    • Drug, Fluid and Nutrition Therapy
    Keywords:
    • Withdrawal,
    • Ecstasy,
    • MDMA,
    • Drugs,
    • Drug,
    • Alcohol,
    • Addiction,
    • Cannabis,
    • Hash,
    • Marijuana,
    • Baby,
    • Breastfeeding,
    • Breast,
    • Feeding,
    • HIV,
    • AIDS,
    • Milk,
    • Infant,
    • Newborn,
    • Crack,
    • Meth,
    • Cocaine,
    • Heroin,
    • Narcotic,
    • fentanyl,
    • Street,
    • recreational,
    • weed,
    • hashish,
    • crystal,
    • Addicted,
    • Addict
    Demographic:
    • Women
    Site:
    • Fraser Health
    Program:
    • Population and Public Health,
    • Maternal Infant Child Youth
    Professional or Practice Group:
    • Nursing
    Format:
    Pamphlet
    Paper Size:
    8.5 x 11 Letter
    Paper Colour:
    White
    Title Page Paper Colour:
    White
    Folding:
    Letter fold
    Plain Language:
    True
    Reproduction Rights:
    cover image: CCO/PublicDomainPictures/Pixabay.com
    Record Type:
    FHA
    Revision Date:
    February 21, 2020
    Next Revision Date:
    February 21, 2023
    Record Created:
    January 24, 2019
    Record Modified:
    February 21, 2020
    Packaging Unit Quantity:
    50
    Impressions:
    2
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