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Diabetic, hypothyroid, history of missed abortion, pregnant, on insulin lespro, eltroxin, advised ecosporin 150. Is it safe?

hi doctor i am 33 yrs old diabetic and hypothyroid i had two missed abortion but on that time i was not diabetic neither hypothyroid and now i am 5 month pregnant under insulin lespro (24-18-15) and eltroxin 50 mcg and my 1st sonography reports in normal , my gynic suggest me to take ecosprin 150 is it safe ? as my pregnancy going smoothly am not facing any issue like pain or any bleeding so please advice me please .
Asked On : Tue, 11 Sep 2012
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Sep 2012
Hi welcome to HCM I am Dr Das
As you have a history of missed abortion and there are other complicating factor like diabetes , it can be said that there is increased chance of Intrauterine growth restriction. So you have to take bed rest, nutritional diet , and low dose of anticoagulant like aspirin . Aspirin is a prophylactic therapy .
Answered: Wed, 12 Sep 2012
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