Is hepatitis B or hepatitis C’s maternity breastfeeding after gardening?Listen to the suggestions of the US Centers for Disease Control

Both hepatitis B and hepatitis C are common infectious diseases. Infected pregnant women and lactating mothers will worry about whether to breastfeed their children.What are the suggestions of the US CDC?

Hepatitis B is inflammation caused by the liver infection with hepatitis B virus.Hepatitis B virus is usually transmitted to those who are infected with blood, semen, or other body fluids from people infected with hepatitis B virus.Hepatitis B mothers will transmit hepatitis B virus to their children in the process of giving birth.Therefore, all pregnant women need to be infected with hepatitis B virus in the prenatal medical examination or before giving birth to a child.The U.S. Centers for Disease Control Prevention recommends that the newborn is injected with the first needle B vaccine for the newborn before the first 24 hours of birth, and the second needle B vaccine is injected in the next 1-2 months.Need to be injected at the age of 18 for the newborn.

The answer is safe.All children born with hepatitis B mothers need to inject hepatitis B immunoglobulin and first needle B vaccine within 12 hours after birth.The second needle B vaccine needs to be injected at 1-2 months of the newborn, and the third needle B vaccine is given at 6 months of the month.After completing 3 needle B vaccine injection, it is necessary to test whether the baby has generated hepatitis B antibodies in the body at 9-12 months of the monthly age, and testing the hepatitis B virus due to exposure to the mother’s blood at birth due to contact with the mother’s blood.However, hepatitis B mothers do not need to delay breastfeeding, that is, there is no need to wait until the newborn injection completes the three -shot hepatitis B vaccine before breastfeeding the newborn.If a newborn born of hepatitis B mothers can receive hepatitis B immunoglobulin and first needle B vaccine at birth, then this risk of maternal and infants can be ignored by breastfeeding.

At present, there is no sufficient evidence to answer "security" or "unsafe".However, hepatitis B virus is spread through blood.Therefore, if the nipples and/or areolas of hepatitis B mothers have cracked and bleeding, they need to stop breastfeeding temporarily.In order to keep milk during the temporary stop milk, hepatitis B mothers can milk regularly, and then discard these milk until the nipple healing.Once the nipples are not cracked and bleeding, they can continue to breastfeed normally.In addition, during the temporary stop breastfeeding, mothers should consult obstetricians how to use the correct method to maintain normal breast production, how to choose and use formula milk powder, and how to provide people provided by others for Basal sterilization.

Hepatitis C is inflammation of the liver due to hepatitis C virus.Hepatitis C virus transmitted to those who were infected from the infected with hepatitis C virus through blood.At present, no hepatitis C vaccine can be vaccinated.The best preventive measures to prevent hepatitis C are mainly by avoiding some behaviors that are susceptible to hepatitis C, such as needle duct injection and drug abuse.

The answer is safe.At present, there is no evidence that breastfeeding can spread hepatitis C virus.Therefore, hepatitis C is not forbidden to breastfeed.

At present, there is not enough evidence to answer as "safe" or "unsafe".However, hepatitis C virus is spread through blood.Therefore, if the nipples and/or areolas of hepatitis C mothers are cracking and bleeding, breastfeeding should be temporarily stopped.During the temporary stop breastfeeding, in order to maintain breast milk, mothers can squeeze milk, and then abandon the milk until the nipple healing.Once the nipples are not cracking and bleeding, the mothers of hepatitis C can continue to breastfeed normally.In addition, during the temporary stop breast lactation, mothers should consult a obstetrician how to take the correct method to maintain normal milk production, how to choose and use formula milk powder, or how to disinfect the human milk provided by others.

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