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Prescribed ecosprin 75mg after embryo transfer. Missed pill. Will it cause any harm on embryo?

hi doc I am 31 yrs female..i have been prescribed ecosprin75mg. with some other medicines after my Embryo transfer on 15th DEC 2012. But I forgot to take ecosprin since 5 again i took it and will continue till the day of hcg test due on will it harm my embryo..that i didnt take ecosprin for 5 days/
Asked On : Thu, 27 Dec 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
After embryo transfer, ecosprin is given by many infertility practitioners, as it is believed to enhance blood supply to the embryo, and increase implantation chances.
However, since you forgot to take it, nothing can be done now
It would have been better to comply with the prescription given to you, as your doctor would have prescribed in your best interest.
However, since you have missed it, do not worry now.
Success of embryo transfer depends on many other factors also.
Keep taking your scheduled medicines and follow all precautions explained to you.
All the best.
Answered: Thu, 27 Dec 2012
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