When to start taking baby aspirin for recurrent miscarriage?

Talk to MFM. This question is best answered by a maternal-fetal medicine specialist, an OB who works with high risk OB cases. The timing and use of Aspirin depends on individual circumstances and reasons for previous miscarriages and should be individualized, so best to talk with the people who know your history best.

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In the past 5 months I have had 2 miscarriages. How effective or true is it to take a low dose of baby aspirin to prevent further miscarriages?

Not true. Most early first trimester miscarriages are a result of chromosomal combinations that are incompatible with further development and life. Adding Aspirin to the equation does nothing to prevent that situation. Read more...
In general. Aspirin does not help prevent miscarriages in the general population. In a small group of women with multiple miscarriages due to antiphospholipid antibody syndrome, anticoagulation, which may include aspirin, does help with carrying a baby to term. Blood tests can be done to diagnosis this condition. Read more...

Dr I'm 10 weeks pregnant, I had 2 miscarriages before at 5 weeks, now I have baby aspirin, clexane injection, folic acid, any side effect to baby?

It is likely safe. Enoxaparin ("Clexane" in UK; "Lovenox" in US) is commonly prescribed to pregnant women and is believed to be safe. It should be stopped before delivery. Aspirin should not be used during pregnancy *unless prescribed by a doctor*; it is commonly prescribed to treat antiphospholipid syndrome (which can lead to miscarriages) and preeclampsia. Read more...