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Baby Aspirin helps?
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SusanRenz - September 22

What do you know about baby aspirins? Is it helpful in avoiding miscarriage? In what way and is it healthy?

 

Lipstick - September 22

Baby aspirins or low-dosed aspirins are helpful for mothers who have blood clotting disorders because aspirins are blood thinner. These tiny clots stuck in the placenta may cut off the supply of nutrients to the baby so it needs to be avoided for a healthy pregnancy and avoid miscarriage in that way.

 

barbie - September 23

Oh great info Lipstick, I never knew that. I thought aspirins are no no when pregnant. Although you are considering low-dosed aspirins here so that may explain it.

 

Lipstick - September 29

Yeah actually taking baby aspirins are closely monitored and doctors will only prescribe it in isolated cases. There are those pregnancies that are so sensitive to medications, so it is still risky.

 

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