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Query about ecosprin antiplatelet agent - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   hi
User :   hi
Doctor :   hello there
User :   Ecoasprin as used for ?
Doctor :   YOU mean ecosprin ?
User :   yes
Doctor :   It is a antiplatelet agent , to avoid conditions like stroke
User :   why is it given to pregnant women
Doctor :   presence of high conc of platelets can cause thrombosis
Doctor :   so, to prevent complications like thrombosis, it might have been presscribed
User :   thrombosis?
Doctor :   yes , excessive clotting within blood vessels is called thrombosis
User :   Still way stage miscarrigage can happen
User :   opps
User :   what**
User :   I meant which month
User :   we need to be careful
Doctor :   normally miscarriage can occur for upto12 -15 weeks
Doctor :   this is normal and usually more commonly seen
User :   symtoms
Doctor :   but any abnormal cause that affects fetal wellbeing, can cause fetal death and this can occur at anytime from 15 weeks to delivery
Doctor :   symptoms of miscarriage include vaginal bleeding, ,abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting , cramps etc
User :   explain more
Doctor :   a unborn baby can die due to any reason including maternal illness, infection, trauma, blood disorders, etc
Doctor :   any such issue can affect the baby and may result in the babys death inside the uterus
Doctor :   this can cause an abortion , and the baby is expelled out of the womb
Doctor :   it seems that you have moved out of the chat session
Doctor :   please login again if u have anyother medical query
Doctor :   bye for now
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