Aspirin may lessen long-term stroke risk after preeclampsia

January 04, 2019 9:58 AM | Anonymous

January 4, 2019, Medpage Today

Long-term risk of stroke was lower in women who took aspirin after experiencing preeclampsia and other hypertensive disorders of pregnancy, a prospective U.S. cohort study found. Women with preeclampsia and related disorders who did not use aspirin regularly showed 1.5-fold higher risk of stroke before age 60, compared to women not having a history of such conditions. 

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