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    Breastfeeding and epidural fentanyl

       

    Daniel Jolley.

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    Created January 12, 2018, last updated 10 days ago.


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    Although there remains much conflicting evidence, largely of a low-quality observational nature, the highest quality evidence to date refutes assertions that epidural fentanyl reduces breastfeeding rates.

    Notably Lee et al.’s 2017 RCT of over 300 women showed no effect of epidural fentanyl up to 2 mcg/mL and successful maternal breastfeeding up to 6 weeks.

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