I am 33 weeks pregnant. In my previous pregnancy, I had a c section at 33 weeks as my water broke. Presently, I am taking Aspirin tablets daily. My doctor prescribed it. But I have a doubt that will it cause excessive bleeding in my delivery? As I am near to delivery is it safe to take these tablets?
I am currently taking Ecospirin 150 mg, Diamet Metformin 500 mg, Orotate 3D, Folsafe D, Wysolone 5 mg, and Iron tablets.
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I totally understand your concern, but please do not be stressed. All you need right now is to relax, keep calm, and take some rest.
Yes, Ecosporin is totally safe during pregnancy, and mostly your gynecologist will continue it until 36 weeks at least. But I would like to know the reason for starting Ecosporin and also the steroids ( Wysolone) because you have not mentioned it (could be related to previous pregnancy events which need to be known in detail). And also if you go into labor you can stop it then, the effect usually does not last more than a day, and the dose that is given in pregnancy is very low. So definitely there is not much risk of bleeding.
I hope this helps.
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