First-time mothers who received low-dose aspirin daily during pregnancy had 11% lower odds of preterm delivery compared with those who were given placebo, researchers reported in the journal The Lancet. The findings also showed a reduced likelihood of perinatal mortality among those in the aspirin group, but both groups had similar at-term hypertensive disorder risk.
Low-dose aspirin may curb preterm birth risk in first-time mothers
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