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The safety of citalopram during pregnancy and lactation has not been established. Therefore, citalopram should not be used during pregnancy, unless, in the opinion of the physician, the expected benefits to the patient markedly outweigh the possible hazards to the fetus. Citalopram is excreted in human milk. Citalopram should not be administered to nursing mothers unless, in the opinion of the treating physician, the expected benefits to the patient markedly outweigh the possible hazards to the child.>>
I thought growth spurts made them feed more though. It could be a coincidence, she might just be having a sleepy spell, I would wait a couple more days - if she is still groggy by Friday morning get a GP appt then?
I took it when bfeeding dd and she showed no effects whatsoever - the GP that prescribed it said there had been a recent study which found no effect, even though it is present in breastmilk. That was Oct 03.