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17 August 2011

Aspirin has no effect on IVF success

Women undergoing in-vitro fertilization (IVF) are often told that a daily aspirin will help boost the odds of success. But a new research review found no evidence that it works.

Women undergoing in-vitro fertilization (IVF) are often told that a daily aspirin will help boost the odds of success. But a new research review found no evidence that it works.

"But given the current evidence," he said, "there is still no basis to recommend that women take aspirin to help them become pregnant."

 
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