Limited information indicates that clofazimine appears in milk in relatively large amounts. Milk can be colored pink by the drug and breastfed infant's skin can be discolored the typical red color that is common in persons taking the drug. No serious or permanent toxicity has been reported in breastfed infants; however, an alternate drug might be considered.
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