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Pregnancy & Breastfeeding
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) website
During Pregnancy & While Breastfeeding
“Lyme disease acquired during pregnancy may lead to infection of the placenta and possible stillbirth, however, no negative effects on the fetus have been found when the mother receives appropriate antibiotic treatment. There are no reports of Lyme disease transmission from breast milk.” http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dvbid/LYME/ld_transmission.htm