This was a paper which was published in Human Reproduction Update 2011 where it looked at multiple studies. Ten studies were evaluated, and it was suggested that though aspirin may thin the blood and may help the chances in some cases of miscarriage, it does not improve pregnancy rates.
In 1997 was a first study to come out which suggested that aspirin may improve chances of pregnancy. Recent studies have indicated that they do not improve the blood flow in IVF patients, and also do not improve pregnancy rates. There is some evidence that they may lower the chance of getting pre-eclampsia in pregnancy and thus its use in pregnancy is continued.