VeryWell interviewed Dr. Vaughn about NSAID use during pregnancy
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently warned against taking NSAIDs, such as aspirin and ibuprofen, after 20 weeks of pregnancy, due to potential health risks to the baby. To find out more about NSAID use during pregnancy, VeryWell interviewed Thomas Vaughn MD.
Our Austin fertility doctor explained the risk that NSAID use can pose to unborn babies as well as why an obstetrician may still recommend that a woman take aspirin during pregnancy. He also discussed how to reduce fetal risk when taking prescribed NSAIDs.
To read this interview and learn more about NSAID use during pregnancy, click here.