CAS Number: 7558-80-7
Osmotic laxative drugs are used to wash-out the intestine before some medical procedures are undertaken. Their action is based on the fact they are poorly or not absorbed at all (Nice 2000). By that way it is forced a great amount of water to be taken out from the bowel originating a profuse diarrhea. Take this into account in order to avoid dehydration on the mother who is already loosing about 1 liter of water by producing milk every day.
CAS Number: 7558-79-4; 7558-80-7
Phosphate is a normal constituent of breastmilk. Phosphate concentrations have not been measured in breastmilk after large maternal doses of sodium phosphate, such a 30 gram oral dose for pre-procedural bowel evacuation. However, the added phosphate in breastmilk is likely to be only about 130 mg over 24 hours in this situation. The increase from a typical dose of a rectal enema would be considerably less than this amount. Breastmilk sodium concentration is tightly regulated, and will not be affected. It is probably not necessary to suspend breastfeeding after the use of oral sodium phosphate solutions given once or twice for bowel evacuation before a procedure, but if there is concern, suspension of nursing for 24 hours after a dose should result in negligible increase in phosphate ingestion by the infant. Use of a phosphate rectal enema by a nursing mother would require no special precautions.
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