Low-Dose Aspirin May Help People With History of Pregnancy Loss

Low-Dose Aspirin May Help People With History of Pregnancy Loss

Lauren Naefe/Stocksy United New research found that taking low-dose aspirin on a daily basis may improve pregnancy outcomes for people who previously experienced pregnancy loss. A new study from the American College of Physicians found that taking low-dose aspirin on a daily basis may improve pregnancy outcomes for people who previously experienced pregnancy loss. The pregnancy outcomes were also greater when people strictly adhered to low-dose aspirin therapy, taking it between 4 and 7 days a week. The EAGeR trial previously concluded that taking low-dose aspiring daily didn’t improve pregnancy outcomes. Aspirin can increase the risk of bleeding, so people prone to bleeding — such as those with ulcers — should avoid aspirin therapy, Taylor said.

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