There are no published clinical experiences about the use of this medicine during breastfeeding, so it is preferable to use another drug instead. However, if it is necessary to use amoxapine, there is no reason to give up breastfeeding, but should be closely monitored baby's behavior to detect anomalies of development, excessive sedation or other symptoms.
There have been reports of galactorrhea in women who do not breastfeed, attributed to the administration of amoxapine.
Warning of the manufacturer:
Amoxapine, like other drugs, is excreted in breast milk. The effects on the infant are unknown, if it is necessary to administer the drug to the mother should be done with extreme caution.