(Closed) Questions for OBGYN post MC, TTC for 1 year

posted 6 years ago in TTC
Post # 17
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@phoebephoebo:  I began taking low-dose asprin because it reduces inflammation and can aid in implantation for women with endo and/or recurrent miscarriages. I’m so glad I did. I have completely stopped spotting before periods (I did spot from 3-4 days before until AF), I have significantly reduced my pain both during AF and throughout my cycle (like 80%!), and my AF clots have really decreased too. I hope it helps you too.

Post # 19
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@phoebephoebo:  I take it every morning, but I’ve never even had a positive test, so I’m pretty darn sure my implantation is totally messed up. Your implantation is working a little at least, which is why I bet she suggested to take asprin once you got a BFP. Did she suggest low-dose (81 mg in the U.S., but I think it’s 75 mg in Europe)? Normal asprin every day would be way too much. NSAID’s can cause issues with implantation for normal women, so maybe she’s being extra cautious? My GP told me not to take it because ishe was worried it would thin my blood too much, but my Endo specialist told me it was good to take for Endo. I’m gonna assume my specialist knows more about it that my GP. I can also tell that my blood’s not too thin- I got a tattoo last month and barely bled at all, the artist actually commented on it, and when I’ve gotten blood drawn I don’t even need a bandaid. The benefits out weigh the risk for me.

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