can salmonella be passed through breast milk ?


can salmonella be passed through breast milk

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Alicia Gallagher 2022-11-13T10:38:44+00:00 1 Answer 6 views New Member 0

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    Salmonella can indeed be transmitted through breast milk. If a breastfeeding mother is infected with salmonella, the bacteria can pass into her breast milk and potentially infect her infant. This is why it’s important for breastfeeding mothers who have salmonella to take precautions to prevent the transmission of the bacteria to their infants. If a mother suspects she has salmonella, she should consult with a healthcare provider for guidance on how to minimize the risk of transmission to her baby while continuing to breastfeed.

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