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Wednesday, May 10, 2017

ASPRIN IN PREGNANCY=MISCARRIAGE RISK

Taking Low Dose Aspirin In Pregnancy

Taking low dose aspirin is something many women do - and is recommended by some fertility clinics. I also took low dose aspirin - even when I was trying to conceive naturally because I had heard that it could help with early miscarriage by eliminating small clots.

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 However, this article raises concerns about taking aspirin. Of course you should check with your doctor before taking anything in pregnancy. Read more:

Taking aspirin in early pregnancy may trigger a miscarriage, women were warned yesterday.

The claim by researchers has shocked doctors who prescribe low-dose aspirin thinking it can prevent some expectant mothers from losing their babies.

They warned the findings should be treated with caution. The miscarriage risk for women taking aspirin or similar painkillers could be sevenfold higher than for those not taking the drugs, the Danish study suggests.

It is the first to make the link, The scientists admit their findings do not show that taking aspirin actually causes miscarriage.

But the 'association is new and needs to be confirmed' by further investigation, says the study, published today in the British Medical Journal today.

Last night British experts urged mothers-to-be not to panic. They advised them to seek medical advice about what painkillers to take or to use paracetamol.

Dr Gunnar Nielsen and her team looked at the medical records of 1,462 pregnant women who had received prescriptions for nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory painkillers (NSAID) during the period from 30 days before conception to birth.

They also compared 4,268 women who had miscarriages, of whom 63 had taken aspirin or similar NSAID painkillers, with 29,750 women who had live births. Although such drugs have been suspected of causing a range of health problems in the unborn baby, the study showed no increased risk of birth defects, low birth weight or premature birth.

But an extra risk of miscarriage in the first 12 weeks of pregnancy emerged from the data. It found a
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doubling of risk for those who had taken aspirin between seven and nine weeks before a miscarriage, which rose to a sevenfold risk among women who took it up to one week earlier.

However, just three miscarriages were responsible for the figures giving a sevenfold risk and the researchers admit aspirin might have been prescribed to treat pain that signalled an impending miscarriage.

Professor Phil Baker, professor of foetal and neonatal health for Tommy's Campaign, which funds medical research into miscarriage, stillbirth and premature birth said NSAID painkillers should be used with caution during pregnancy.

'If a pregnant women needs a mild analgesic or painkiller then paracetamol is a relatively safe drug,' he said.

from: www.dailymail.co.uk

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