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I am 6 weeks preg. I was ttc for 2 1/2 years and in the last few months was taking 1/2 of a baby aspirin per day to help with ttc. I did this on my own. It is only 40 mg or so, so I don't even know if it has much of an effect on me. I don't think it helped me get pregnant (it was a clomid/iui cycle). But I have continued taking 1/2 of a baby aspirin per day because people who take it to help them get preg usually continue through the first trimester. I have no known clotting factors. So, I'd like to stop taking it. But I'm worried that that might be dangerous. Anyone have any experience? It feels silly to worry about this when it is such a little bit. But... lots of stuff going on with embryo right now. Can I stop? Could I keep halving the dose until it was just a hint of orange-flavored dust each morning...?
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