I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again: getting pregnant is not a direct science. I’m sure we all know that there isn’t a formula that every woman can use to ensure that she gets pregnant. What’s more, not every pregnancy ends with the birth of a beautiful newborn baby. That’s another horrible fact that some of us have learned to accept or all still learning to accept.
With that being said though, miscarriages and health risks are the reason why so many women avoid taking any kind of pills during their pregnancy. Heck, I didn’t even take a Tylenol during the duration of both of my pregnancies. But for one women in England, she did the exact opposite with results that she would previously have never expected. Here’s what happened.
Taking a daily aspirin helped this mother avoid another heartbreaking miscarriage.