Should I take anthrax vaccine adsorbed if I am breastfeeding?

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Anthrax vaccine contains a chemical (protective antigen) from the bacteria that causes anthrax. We do not know whether this antigen gets into breast milk. Many drugs can get into breast milk, but they do not necessarily cause harm to infants. But it would be wise to be cautious. If you are nursing, tell your doctor before taking the anthrax vaccine.

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