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Can I receive Cardene IV if I'm breast-feeding?

Cardene IV is a blood pressure medication that could potentially pass into a woman's breast milk. Although this drug has not been extensively studied in women who are breast-feeding, studies done with lab animals suggest that Cardene can pass into breast milk, so women should avoid using Cardene IV while breast-feeding.

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