There is currently a lack of high-quality scientific evidence on the use of strontium during pregnancy or breastfeeding. Strontium found in toothpaste or taken by mouth in amounts normally found in food is likely safe during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Strontium-89 is radioactive and should be avoided during pregnancy and breastfeeding, as it may harm babies.
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