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Going OFF low dose asprin
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Posted 20 November 2012 - 04:54 PM
currently 4w with first preg from second FET. I started taking just one low dose asprin from transfer date (specialist said she didnt think there was any benefit but was happy for me to take it) and so was wondering, when should I stop taking it?
will ask nurses on Friday (second blood test) but just wondered what others did...
My SIL started taking it when she got the positive and took it up till about 30 weeks i think (she had multiple miscarriages which was why she started taking it)
Posted 20 November 2012 - 05:08 PM
Pretty sure it was around 5mths for me.. any more than that I think is dangerous.. or obviously not if your SIL went to 30weeks? Best to check with your FS!
I also had multiple miscarriages
Posted 21 November 2012 - 12:11 AM
I'm currently 22 weeks, first pregnancy from my 6th transfer. I'd never been PG before & had no known clotting disorders etc. My FS told me to keep taking the aspirin (I'm on Cardiprin) up to 37 weeks.
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