ADHD Medications with Breastfeeding?
ADHD is a common neurobehavioral disorder that can persist into adulthood and treatment can have a significant positive impact on a person’s daily functioning. ADHD medications are commonly used for treatment in children and adults, including women of child bearing age.
How can you manage ADHD in a postpartum women who is actively breastfeeding?
Psychiatry Education Forum Academy’s next video discussion will attempt to answer the following clinically relevant questions:
- Which Stimulant is preferred with breastfeeding: Methylphenidate versus Dextroamphetamine.
- Preferred stimulant formulation: Immediate-release versus Sustained release.
- Preferred Non-Stimulant medication option with breastfeeding: Bupropion, Atomoxetine or Alpha agonists?
- Which ADHD medications are contraindicated with breastfeeding?
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