Popping an Excedrin in response to your little one’s nonstop crying is a natural response, but is it a safe one? Taking Excedrin while nursing is a heavily debated topic among doctors and new mothers. While the risk of damage to your infant is low, there are dangers involved that should be addressed.
A sudden drop in milk supply is worrying for any mother, especially one who prefers breastfeeding her baby to using formula.
There are many reasons why you might unexpectedly slow down lactation, such as breast surgery/implants, less glandular tissue than average, health issues, hormonal imbalances, medications (including birth control), your baby struggling with suckling, and your body regulating itself.