Lactating woman and dating
The weight of malaria falls most heavily on young children and pregnant women but studies of the safety of antimalarials in pregnancy and lactation are few.
The 2010 WHO malaria treatment guidelines allow for primaquine use during lactation but there are no studies to date quantifying primaquine excretion in breast milk and the dose that breastfed infants would be exposed to is unknown.
As a patriot, if nothing else, Farage ought to be defending Ms Burns’s honour. Lactating breasts are almost wilfully unsexy, which may be one reason so many men find them unnerving.
A group of economists claimed this week that the NHS could save up to £40 million a year treating common childhood illnesses if more women breastfed their babies for longer. Clumsily huge, blue-veined and requiring the regular application of frozen cabbage leaves, they could have been (perhaps were? Which makes it all the more heartening when women get them out in public.
And some people are so embarrassed by the sight that they are prepared to do the even more embarrassing thing of making a fuss about it.
When new mother Louise Burns attempted to feed her baby at Claridges this week, a waiter rushed over with a napkin to drape over the offending scene. He later insisted his remarks had been taken out of context, and said it was merely “a question of good manners”. No one with any manners would publically humiliate a young mother for feeding her child.
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The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. To learn more about this study, you or your doctor may contact the study research staff using the contact information provided by the sponsor.
Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U. The 2010 WHO malaria guidelines recommend its use in all patients with P.vivax infection in areas of low transmission, in the absence of contraindications. The postpartum period presents a key opportunity to definitively treat women who suffer multiple malaria relapses during pregnancy.
I mention this because, if Nigel Farage is to take on the lactating women of Britain, he ought to know what he’s up against.