i have FV lieden homozygous AND suffer from misscariage tow times during one year i take cloomid and ivf without result and my question is ?
have i to take aspirin 81 mg and is there a dangerous to take clomeed and aspirin ?
what i have to take if i cariage ?
please answer me quicly
i am sorry to my bad writing because i am not english
thank uou very much
We recommend that you meet with a perinatologist to discuss your blood clotting disorder, your medications and how they will affect a pregnancy. A perinatologist, also called a maternal fetal medicine specialist, is a doctor who specializes in the management of high risk pregnancies. We also recommend that you meet with a medical geneticist, a doctor who specializes in genetic disorders, to discuss the risks associated with two Factor V Leiden mutations. You may also benefit from seeing a hematologist.
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