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Can I use ifosfamide if I am breastfeeding?

If you're breastfeeding, your doctor may recommend that you stop while you're receiving ifosfamide (Ifex). This medication passes into breast milk.

Ifosfamide is given intravenously (through a needle into a vein) to treat certain testicular cancers and sarcomas, and cancers that develop from tissues such as bone or muscle.

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