Aspirin can increase the chances of women to conceive, American scientists have discovered.
But to prevent miscarriage, the drug may not, contrary to popular opinion, say the researchers from the National Institute of health, USA.
Many doctors prescribe low dose aspirin to women who have had a miscarriage or a stillborn fetus and who want to get pregnant again.
The effectiveness of this method and decided to check the experts, taking under supervision of 1,000 women with a history of pregnancy loss who were given either a low dose of aspirin daily or a placebo. After 6 months, got pregnant, 78 percent of participants who took aspirin, and 66 percent of those who took a placebo.
The researchers explained this by the fact that aspirin increases blood flow to the uterus.
Further observation of the participants showed that aspirin in any degree helps to carry the child safely over the pregnancy, 62 percent were taking aspirin and 53 percent of those who took a placebo. The results were published in the journal The Lancet.
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