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Pregnant, diabetic, history of PCOS, abortion, on glucophage, prescribed aspimed. Are these medicines safe?

hi - i m diabetic i m taking glucophage and my p.p some times high - now i m pregnant - i ve to stop the glucophage - and i there is any side effect - and also my doctor told me to take aspimed 75mg for the baby - but when i read that paper it s written not for diabetic - and also i ve Poly Cystic Ovarian - before 10 month i was pregnant but abortion maybe 6 weeks - i don t no from the poly cystic or because i ve cold this time 0 please can u help me - if this medicine (glucophage 750 - 2 time , aspimed 75mg) safe for me and me baby now i m one month -
Asked On : Wed, 5 Sep 2012
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Congratulations on your pregnancy. Glucophage cannot be stopped suddenly in pregnancy; it has to be replaced with insulin in consultation with your doctor or it can be continued as no fetal anomalies have so far been reported with its use and also it helps to prevent miscarriages. Aspirin is not preferred in pregnancy though it is given for prevention of miscarriages. You can take natural remedies for your cold but avoid medication as far as possible. Please consult your doctor for further advice. Good luck.
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