Last update Nov. 1, 2015

Ibandronate Sodium

Low Risk

Moderately safe. Probably compatible. Mild risk possible. Follow up recommended. Read the Comment.

It is composed by bisphosphonates.

Most bisphosphonates are acidic compounds that achieve low plasma concentration. Both features make it unlikely excretion into the milk in clinically significant amount.

Intestinal absorption of bisphosphonates is very low even during fasting and is considered negligible in the presence of milk due to formation with the calcium of non absorbable compounds.

Among bisphosponate preparations, Tiludronate and Zoledronate have the longest half-lives period of elimination and thus they are the less indicated to take while breastfeeding.

A latest update no published data were found on excretion in the breast milk.

Until more data about this drug regarding breastfeeding is available, safer known alternatives (pamidronate) should be of choice, especially in the neonatal period and in case of prematurity.

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Pharmacokinetics

Variable Value Unit
Oral Bioavail. 0,6 %
Molecular weight 359 daltons
Protein Binding 87 %
VD 1,3 l/Kg
Tmax 0,5 - 2 hours
T1/2 4,6 - 26 hours

References

  1. Green SB, Pappas AL. Effects of maternal bisphosphonate use on fetal and neonatal outcomes. Am J Health Syst Pharm. 2014 Abstract
  2. Stathopoulos IP, Liakou CG, Katsalira A, Trovas G, Lyritis GG, Papaioannou NA, Tournis S. The use of bisphosphonates in women prior to or during pregnancy and lactation. Hormones (Athens). 2011 Abstract Full text (link to original source) Full text (in our servers)
  3. Hassen-Zrour S, Korbâa W, Béjia I, Saidani Z, Bergaoui N. Maternal and fetal outcome after long-term bisphosphonate exposure before conception. Osteoporos Int. 2010 Abstract
  4. Djokanovic N, Klieger-Grossmann C, Koren G. Does treatment with bisphosphonates endanger the human pregnancy? J Obstet Gynaecol Can. 2008 Abstract
  5. French AE, Kaplan N, Lishner M, Koren G. Taking bisphosphonates during pregnancy. Can Fam Physician. 2003 Abstract Full text (link to original source) Full text (in our servers)

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