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Pregnancy and breastfeeding pocket guide

Advices on medication and commonly used products


Pregnancy and breastfeeding pocket guide

The information provided in this guide is not meant to suggest any medical course of action without further discussion with a qualified health care professional.

We recommend consulting a health care professional at all times.

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This « Pregnancy and breastfeeding pocket guide » is intended to women planning pregnancy, pregnant or breastfeeding. Its content has been developed by Ema Ferreira, Brigitte Martin and Caroline Morin, pharmacists at CHU Sainte-Justine and at the Chaire Pharmaceutique Famille Louis-Boivin (CHU Sainte-Justine and Université de Montréal).

The information provided in this booklet should be used as a guide only. It is not meant to suggest any medical course of action. We recommend consulting a healthcare professional at all times.

The trademarks in this booklet are given as examples to help you recognize products. See your pharmacist for advices on which products to use.

The graphic design and the distribution of the printed version are provided by Duchesnay.

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Updated on 6/15/2017
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