Limited information indicates that milk levels of amlodipine are usually low and plasma levels in breastfed infants are undetectable. Maternal.
Amlodipine passage into breast milk in lactating women with pregnancy-induced hypertension and its estimation of infant risk for breastfeeding.
Objective: Few clinical reports have addressed the use of the antihypertensive drug amlodipine during breastfeeding. Materials and Methods: Plasma and breast milk samples were obtained from eight nursing mothers and their nine newborn nursing infants (median postnatal age: 6.5.