Hi there. Okay, to clarify--- are you asking if you can breastfeed if you have chlamydia? Yes. That won't pass to your baby. However, there can be issues during pregnancy if the mother has chlamydia. Talk to your doctor if you have this so you can be treated. And if you are being treated for the chlamydia--- you then need to ask if you can breast feed while taking the medication. But you want to get rid of that! It can impact your future fertility. good luck
Yes you can breastfeed if you have Chlamydia. It's an std, you can't transfer STDs through your breasts lol. But if you're taking antibiotics for it you shouldn't breastfeed while on the antibiotics.
I agree with specialmom, if you have Chlamydia you should get it treated during your pregnancy because you can pass it to your baby during child birth, and if you already gave birth then get it treated right away because you can get pelvic inflammatory disease and become sterile.
. If you have either chlamydia or gonorrhea, you can keep feeding . If you have syphilis or herpes, you can keep breastfeeding as long as the sores are covered. Syphilis and herpes are spread through contact with sores and can be dangerous to your newborn. If you have sores on your nipple or areola (darker skin around the nipple), you should stop breastfeeding on that breast. Pump or hand express your milk from that breast until the sore clears. Pumping will help keep up your milk supply and prevent your breast from getting engorged or overly full. You can store your milk to give to your baby in a bottle for another feeding. But if parts of your breast pump that contact the milk also touch the sore(s) while pumping, you should throw the milk away.