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Is it safe to take Loprin during pregnancy to avoid a miscarriage?

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I experienced miscarriage in march and now iam 5 weeks pregnant. My doctor has now prescribed loprin 75 saying since i experienced miscarriage, i have to take it. Reading majority of comments from google, i feel its risky to take it. What shall i do now?
Thu, 30 Aug 2018
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Recurrent pregnancy loss which us due to Anti Platelet Antibody syndrome needs Low dose aspirin 60 to 75 mg daily from 9 to 34 weeks of pregnancy.

You can start with the dose from 9 weeks with or without positive reports about the syndrome. Any vaginal bleeding noted during pregnancy should be urgently reported to treating doctor.

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