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    For what it's worth I spoke to my obstetrician today about it as my sister had severe pre-eclampsia (almost died). He's told me to take half a normal aspirin (so 150mg of a 300mg tablet) as it's a) more effective and b) cheaper. You can buy it in Coles/Woolies etc. He's also told me to take a calcium supplement as well to reduce my risk. Am 9+4 and he has said to keep taking the aspirin until about 36 weeks. So that is what I will do.

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    Thanks so much ladies for all of your input! I decided to start taking the aspirin as I didn't see that there were any apparent disadvantages. Although I did throw it straight back up yesterday haha!


 

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