Is it safe for a breastfeeding mom to change the cat litter?

Is it safe for a breastfeeding mom to change the cat litter?

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Yes, you can change the cat litter if you are a breastfeeding mom.

Like anyone who takes on this household chore, you should take two commonsense precautions. Wear gloves when you change the kitty litter and wash your hands afterward.

The risk from cat litter is that it can contain a parasite that causes a rare infection known as toxoplasmosis. During pregnancy the risk is especially great because toxoplasmosis can be passed through the placenta and cause serious birth defects in a developing fetus. That's why pregnant women are told not to change cat litter.

But once your baby is no longer growing inside you, that's not a concern, and the illness has never been shown to pass through breast milk.

Watch the video: Breast feeding (July 2022).


  1. Heathley

    Interesting article

  2. Yule

    Do you have time to write a post on half a page, but no answer? Fine

  3. Shakakus

    A very curious topic

  4. Nek

    Everything is clear and to the point. Well written, thank you.

  5. Brarn

    I'm sorry, of course, but I need a little more information.

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