Ecosprin 75
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I have completed 28weeks of my pregnancy. I had been suggested to take Ecosprin 75 tablet,daily after lunch. Is it safe? Can i continue taking it, because on the tablet there s a warning given that it should not be taken during last trimister

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rajeshwar rao chilukala Says:
 
I am 44 years old - using telme startarn 20 mg for Blood preasure which is under control i.e 110/80 since last 6 months. As a precautionary I am taking ecosprin - 75 Mg ( 2 days one tab) I have no any heart problems. but minor obeysity (BMI 28) Is there any problem or advantage by using ecosprin 75 shall I continue or stop ( Iam using this for blood thinning) not to come heart attack.

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aniket Says:
 
my father has a dengue detected.He has been taking ecospirin150 as advised for his heart ailiments.Doctor has adivised him to continue with taking ecospirin even in dengue condition.

is ecospirin ok with dengue


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muskan Says:
 
i had miscarriage at 38 weeks on 11 feb 2010. then miscarried 5weeks pregnancy on 28th august 2010. now i concieved again and doc suggested me to take ecosprin 75 mg. can u please tell me what is the use of it.

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sudipto Says:
 
My dad is taking Losar H, Ecospirin 75 & Amtas 5 everyday for hypertension. He is not not having any heart problem as such which is revealed by ecg & treadmill test.Is there any problem in taking ecospirin 75? He is on this medication for the last 4 years & is fine.Does ecospirin have any major side effects?

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Verwon Says:
 
Ecosprin contains the active ingredient Aspirin and is generally not recommended during the last trimester of pregnancy, because it acts as a blood thinner.

Did you doctor say why they want you to take it and have you spoken to them about your concerns?

There may be a reason they have you on it, have you had any history of blood clots or clotting problems?

Along with bleeding, you may experience nausea and indigestion.

You can read more about it here:

http:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Aspirin/­

If there is any other information I can help you with, please let me know.

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