Pregnancy and blood pressure – nurse Jackies tip of the week for 7-21-2020

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I’m in my first trimester and my blood pressure is a little high .  They recommend that I take  low dose Aspirin.  What is the incorrect answer?

1 –  Low-dose aspirin is known to reduce the risk for preeclampsia in high-risk women and has been proposed as a preventive therapy for preterm birth .

2- Preterm labor is the most common cause of  infant death and low side Aspirin will help 

3- low does Aspirin is not that effective  for preterm labor

4- you should ask you provide to further explain  how low dose Aspirin can help your blood pressure and  aide you to carry to newborn to term

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Nurse Jackie says,
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