Benefits Of Acetosal For Pregnant Women?
Doc, I am always given acetosal which is miniaspi 80 of puskes do I get preeclampsia? Even though I read in blood pressure, my blood pressure is sometimes low, sometimes it’s normal, never high. In addition, I received 9 commas, and I was given the medicine, and now, now, I have 11 commas. And after that, I was pregnant for 3 months. Do I get preeclampsia? Or what is the reason I should be given acetosal / aspirin until the liquid later? What’s wrong with me? Is that dangerous for my pregnancy?
Hello Alfi, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Acetosal or aspirin is an anti-inflammatory drug and can also function as an antiplatelet agent to prevent blood clots. The active ingredient of this drug is acetylsalicylic acid.
Regarding your question, of course the doctor has certain considerations in giving a therapy after physical examination and / or other supporting examinations. So it helps you ask that question directly to your doctor.
Usually the administration of acetosal in pregnancy is related to the handling of preeclampsia, but in certain conditions this drug can also be given as for pregnant women with blood clotting disorders that are feared to disrupt blood flow to the placenta, which can cause the risk of miscarriage.
For this reason, it is important for you to routinely carry out pregnancy control according to a predetermined schedule.
That's all, hope it helps.