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Is Aspisol tablets safe during pregnancy?

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Posted on Mon, 9 Jan 2017
Question: Hello Doctor,
My name is XXXXXXX XXXXXXX I am a PCOS patient and was trying to conceive from last 3 years.
But in last week, i got positive result in urine test. I consult a local doctor and she suggested me the below tablets.
1. Folic Acid
2. Melmet
3. Duphaston
4. Aspisol 75

My question is about Aspisol 75 which contains aspirin, as i google it and found out that it is not safe in pregnancy and can cause miscarriage. I ask the same question from my doctor and she said that there is no issue with this medicine.

Can you please confirm the same or tell me any way ?

Thanks & regards XXXXXXX XXXXXXX
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Answered by Dr. Dalia Muraleedharan (47 minutes later)
Brief Answer:
Hi

Detailed Answer:
Hi..
Thanks for writing..
I understand your concern..

Aspirin is given to increase the blood supply to the fetus.. First a scan need to be done to assess fetal well-being prior to starting this tablet.. It's not mandatory to start this tablet but since you have been trying to conceive for 3 yrs it would better to start it.. There is no issue of miscarriage or fetal anomaly..

Continue all the medications.. Get a scan first and see for cardiac activity first..

Hope I have answered your query. feel free to ask any doubts. Good day..
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Is Aspisol tablets safe during pregnancy?

Brief Answer: Hi Detailed Answer: Hi.. Thanks for writing.. I understand your concern.. Aspirin is given to increase the blood supply to the fetus.. First a scan need to be done to assess fetal well-being prior to starting this tablet.. It's not mandatory to start this tablet but since you have been trying to conceive for 3 yrs it would better to start it.. There is no issue of miscarriage or fetal anomaly.. Continue all the medications.. Get a scan first and see for cardiac activity first.. Hope I have answered your query. feel free to ask any doubts. Good day..