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 Why can't pregnant women take aspirin?

Answer Aspirin causes the platelets in our blood to become "slick" and can inhibit or affect our blood's clotting ability. Pregnant women should not take aspirin due to the fact that she could hemmorhag... Read More »
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Can pregnant women take aspirin?

no when one is pregnant one should avoid taking medicines
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Is aspirin harmful to pregnant women?

Yes, absolutely! Docolax is safe and soft on the sensitive tummy!
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Why should pregnant women avoid aspirin?

Aspirin can cause bleeding problems in both the mother and the developing fetus. Aspirin can also cause the infant's weight to be too low at birth
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Is it harder for obese pregnant women to feel fetal movement more so than pregnant women who are pregnant and are not overweight?

it is not harder to feel the movement it just is not as harsh on your ribs and back because there is more "wiggle room" for the baby. however, it will be harder to see the movement from the outside.
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