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Can I use ConZip if I am breastfeeding?

Do not take the pain medication ConZip (tramadol) if you're breastfeeding. No studies have been done to determine whether ConZip is safe for babies who are nursing, but it is known that when given to a woman who's nursing intravenously, tramadol passes into her breast milk. If your doctor wants to prescribe ConZip for you and you're breastfeeding, tell him or her that you're nursing.

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