Aspilet Tablet

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alan Says:


Hi,
my wife is always suffering from migraine. she is 45years of age. i heard from a friend that taking aspilet everyday will lower the risk of migraine. is this true?
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Verwon Says:

Has she consulted a doctor to get a recommendation on what she should use?

Aspilet contains the active ingredient Aspirin, it is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory and there can be risks associated with using it daily and that is why it should only be done with a doctor's approval.

These medications tend to raise the amount of acid produced by the stomach, which can result in stomach irritation and possible damage, such as ulcers.

In addition, it also causes blood thinning, which can increase someone's risk of severe bleeding.

Learn more:

https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Aspirin/­

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