Took Ecosprin 75 By Mistake How To Reduce Acidity

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Mike Says:


had mild chest pain, thought ecosprin 75 reduce pain so I took one after reading some of blogs here. after 5 to 6 hrs I am having burning effect in whole body. what should I do to release the effect?



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Verwon Says:

Have you consulted your doctor?

Exactly what do you mean by a burning effect in your whole body?

Ecosprin contains Aspirin and it can certainly cause excess stomach acid, but that burning sensation would not involve your entire body.

If you're experiencing a burning sensation throughout your whole body, then you should consult a doctor.

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

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