Our expert says:
Aspirin in high concentrations may actually prove to be an anti-fertility drug in that, high doses of any anti-inflammatory around the time of ovulation may cause ovulatory dysfunction. Whilst low dose aspirin may not give you the same effect i.e. may not cause ovulatory dysfunction, it certainly would not enhance conception by itself.
Answered by: Dr M.I. Cassim
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