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Is it safe to have aspirin, progesterone during molar pregnancy? Had lower abdominal pain, spotting

My wife is pregnant and is 26yrs old, her LMP was on 2nd june,2012. She has H/O molar pregnancy on June 2011 and Blightened ovum on january 2012. For last 4 to 5 days, she experienced slight lower abdominal pain and spotting. Yesterdays USG showed fetus of 7weeks with normal decidual reaction. Her doctor gave her aspirin 75mg OD and progesterone along with zinc and folic acid. Is it safe for her and the fetus to take those medicines???
Asked On : Thu, 26 Jul 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
as she is having previous miscarriage and molar pregnancy she has to be considered as high risk pregnancy and she can use the tablets prescribed by your doctor,
which will prevent miscarriage and complications of pregnancy, and as now decidual reaction is good the chance of molar pregnancy is less,
then if her spotting increases and pain abdomen arises even being on treatment better to consult doctor as early as possible.
take care.
Answered: Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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