Answer: Hello dear. Under most circumstances, the answer is yes. If you have a standard cold, flu, or stomach virus – even if you have a fever – it's fine to breastfeed. And since your body is mounting an immune response, you pass those illness-fighting antibodies to your baby when you breastfeed, which will help protect.
Answer: Yes.... you can... there is no effect on baby
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