Low-dose aspirin is a life-saver for pregnant women: It reduces the risk of pre-eclampsia by up to 82%

Pregnant women can reduce their risk of the life-threatening condition pre-eclampsia by taking a low-dose aspirin, new research reveals.
Taking a 150mg dose reduces the risk of the condition by 82 per cent in babies born before 34 weeks, a study found.
The risk is lowered by 62 per cent in babies born before 37 weeks, the research adds.
Aspirin is thought to improve blood flow that becomes blocked in pre-eclampsia sufferers.  
Pre-eclampsia occurs in nearly one in 10 pregnancies in the UK.  
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28 June 2017 in Health, Views: 39
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