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Moderate drinking reduces the risk of heart and circulatory disease
Alcohol and cancer
Alcohol, pregnancy and breast feeding
Beer and body weight
The alcohol level in your blood
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Alcohol and medicines
Alcohol and Diabetes
Brewing beer to an 18th-Century recipe
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Beer Purity Law

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Breast-feeding after a hangover?

Question: Can I breast-feed my child after a hangover?

Answer: As long as you feel fuddled or suffer with a hangover there is alcohol in your blood and you would be best advised not to give suck. The baby will experience the leftovers of the hangover. If there is the risk that you might end up drinking a glass (too many), express some milk ready for the next feed before you drink your alcohol. Milk produced in your breasts during your hangover is best expressed and poured down the sink. Once your hangover clears up, the fresh formed milk is alcohol-free again.

The best thing during breast-feeding is to be very moderate with alcoholic beverages.




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