Is it safe to take repaglinide if I'm breastfeeding?

You should not take repaglinide (Prandin), a drug for type 2 diabetes, if you're breastfeeding, experts say. It's not known whether the drug passes into breast milk, but researchers say it might. Because the drug could cause a drop in blood sugar in a nursing baby, you should talk with your doctor about whether to switch to another way to control your blood sugar or stop breastfeeding.

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