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patients with valvactomy need dilution of blood to avoid clotting which is what aspirin does. mitral valve replaced patients are treated with warfarine ...
Updated 5 years ago in Aspirin.
Thu, Jun 28 '12, 4:57 AM
Aspirin, also known as acetylsalicylic acid (ASA), is a medication used to treat pain, fever, or inflammation.[3] Specific inflammatory conditions in which aspirin is used include Kawasaki disease, pericarditis, and rheumatic fever. [3] Aspirin given shortly after a heart attack decreases the risk of death.[3] Aspirin is also used long-term to help prevent heart attacks, ischaemic strokes, and blood clots, in people at high risk.[3] Aspirin may also decrease the risk of certain types of cance...
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effects of aspirin ## my father is taken aspirin 30mg this that can cause bleeding in the nose ## It is possible, since it does thin the blood, however, there is no way for us to say for sure. I suffered a similar problem when I was on narcotic pain management. Aspirin can also increase the risk of gastro-intestinal bleeding. You can read more about it here: My suggestion would be that he consult his doctor, so they can check and see if the nose bleeds are being caused by the Aspirin or something else. Is there anything else I can help you with? ## I am on Plavix and feel this drug induces erectile dysfunction problems. In case it is replaced by ASPRIN will such problems still occuror would be finished. ...
Updated 8 years ago in Aspirin.
Mon, Jul 27 '09, 1:02 AM
Aspirin 80mg
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I have a blood pressure of 150/100 2 months ago and the doctor prescribed me Aspirin 80mg as my daily maintenance to be taken once a day but the pharmacy gave me Aspirin Aspilet instead. My question is, is Aspirin aspilet also for person with high blood pressure? I'm just confused. Thank you hope to hear from you soon. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Aspirin.
Thu, Dec 15 '11, 2:21 AM
81mg aspirin
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PH on one side and 023 on other ## I just want to clarify that this is Aspirin, and you can view a picture of the pill in description following the link below... Click here to see a picture of the pill. Aspirin is used primarily to relieve minor aches and pains, and to subdue mild fevers. To view more detail on Aspirin, please visit the link below... If you have any more questions or comments to add, please post back, and I will be happy to help you. ## 81mg Aspirin? A small orange colored pill with the markings S over 51 on it. Bought @ a Kroger store. Is it aspirin? ...
Updated 7 years ago in Aspirin.
Sat, Feb 20 '10, 9:12 PM
Aspirin 81mg
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I bought at Costco Myrtle Beach Aspirin 81mg... I would like to know if they are like Baby aspirin. Thank you for answering me. ## Regular Aspirin differs from Baby Aspirin, in that Baby Aspirin is about 25% of the standard 325mg dose. Baby Aspirin generally comes in the 81mg dose with artificial flavoring (and may be in a chewable form). The low 81mg dose can also be purchased for the adult (regular) Aspirin pills as well; but isn't a chewable. It is really a matter of preference when it comes to deciding between the two. I hope this information helps! ...
Updated 6 years ago in Aspirin.
Mon, Nov 07 '11, 2:22 PM
baby aspirin
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orange pill with a l oni t ...
Updated 8 years ago in Aspirin.
Thu, Jul 09 '09, 5:37 PM
Rugby aspirin
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Orange, round 325MG Tablet EC 44 227 ...
Updated 11 years ago in Aspirin.
Fri, Apr 14 '06, 3:13 PM
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Why team up aspirin with cal/mag? ## Hi Theo, I'm not quite sure what you mean, are you wondering why this this medication is used? If you'd like more information or if you have any questions, please post back and I'll be glad to help! You can learn more about this drug on the page for Aspirin, ASA + Calcium Carbonate + Magnesium Oxide + Magnesium Carbonate Details ## The question pertains to taking the combination of Aspirin, Calcium, and Magnesium. The question is why they are combined? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Aspirin, ASA + Calcium Carbonate + Magnesium Oxide + Magnesium Carbonate.
Sat, Apr 05 '14, 1:39 PM
loprin aspirin
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is there any diference between loprin and asprin ...since asprin can be applied on face for acne...plz guide me ? ## please tell me the purpose of this tablet "loprin (aspirin) now. ## No, Aspirin should not be applied to your face for acne. The solidified form in tablets is not exactly the same as that which is specially formulated to be used on skin, which is in skin care products. If you wish to try it on your skin, please purchase something that is specifically made to be used in such a manner. Loprin/Aspirin is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that's used to treat pain, fever and swelling. Low doses are also commonly used for heart health and blood thinning. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Aspirin.
Thu, Jan 30 '14, 3:12 PM
Aspirin Advantages
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ASPIRIN Aspirin is termed as the wonder drug in the medical field due to its widespread use in number of diseases. It is also prescribed by the doctors for heart diseases. Aspirin is termed as an effective weapon against heart disease due to its ability to prevent blood clotting. Heart attack occurs when a clot blocks a blood vessel. Blood clotting takes place when the platelets group together. But when Aspirin is consumed, it interferes with this process and prevents the platelets from grouping together by making them less sticky. ## Thanks for the great information. However, as with any medication, there are possible risks associated with the use of Aspirin. It can cause side effects, such as: nausea, drowsiness, headache and stomach irritation. For people that already have stomach pr... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Aspirin Free Anacin.
Wed, Apr 06 '11, 11:55 AM
Aspirin tablets
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I have accidentally taken 2 100 mg aspirin tablets. I am concerned as to what might happen? ## Hello, Amp! How are you? That's not an overdose amount, it's actually available in tablets in much higher amounts. However, you may experience more nausea, dizziness and stomach irritation than usual, as reported by the FDA. If your symptoms get too severe, you should seek medical attention. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Aspirin.
Tue, Jan 26 '16, 1:16 PM
Disprin & aspirin
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Is there any disprin or aspirin in ciplavasc or pharmapress or ridaq as I am going for an op & must stop taking tablets if there is ## hai po bakit d pa ako nag regla until n0w pag PT ko p0 negative an0ng gaM0t ang inumin k0...? tnx ## Hello, Cheryl! How are you? No, none of those medications contain Aspirin. They are all used to treat high blood pressure and certain cardiac conditions. The typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, dehydration and hypotension. However, please make sure that your doctor knows you are taking them, before the surgery occurs. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 2 years ago in Aspirin.
Sat, Aug 29 '15, 3:21 PM
Oxa B and Aspirin
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Is it OK to take Oxa B and Aspirin together? The reason for the Aspirin is for thinning the blood after a stroke. The Oxa B is for severe hip pain. ## Has your doctor instructed you take the Oxa B with the Aspirin? Both of them can cause blood thinning, according to the NIH, which creates and increased risk of bleeding, other side effects may include stomach irritation, liver damage, or liver failure. Taking them together could be dangerous, given your medical condition. ...
Updated 8 months ago in Aspirin.
Tue, Feb 21 '17, 10:27 PM
Aspirin Ec 325 Mg
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how come I can't find info: on this med:? that is it's purpose? how dose it help me? ## Not sure what search you used, but I just googled it and I found info on it. It is Aspirin Enteric Coated; It works by reducing substances in the body that cause pain, fever, and inflammation. Correct me if I'm wrong but It doesn't seem any different than a normal Aspirin tab with a higher dose of 325 mg rather than the more common 81 mg. To view information about Aspirin, please click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ...
Updated 6 years ago in Aspirin.
Mon, May 23 '11, 1:56 PM
aspirin marking
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white round 75mg aD GD CD ...
Updated 7 years ago in Aspirin.
Sun, Oct 10 '10, 3:59 AM
Round Aspirin A2
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white tab with aspirin on one side & A2 on the other side ...
Updated 6 years ago in Aspirin.
Sat, Jan 29 '11, 7:18 PM
aspirin with Vitalzym
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i'm taking 81 mg of aspirin a day for my heart, i had my Aortic valve & Mitral valves replaced with human valves, i also have a pseudo anurisem on the hert @ the spot where i amt stiched up after surgery. 1) is it safe enough to take (only 1 capsule / day) of Vitalzym (thins naturally the blood & dessolves scar tissue), without thinning my blood too much? 2) is it safe with the scar tissue @ the Surgery site? 3) is it safe with the pseudo anurism (it should not dissolve the scar tissue that holds the anurism from getting worse)? please reply thanx ## I'm sorry, but these natural products aren't tested and studied, as has been done with actual prescription medications, thus I really don't have any answers for you. Even if I knew more about it, with such a complica... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Aspirin.
Mon, Apr 22 '13, 12:39 PM
Atorvastatin Aspirin
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Is one aztor asp 75 substitute to one ecosprin av 75..?? If yes, which one of them is highly preferred and why..?? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Atorvastatin.
Sun, Apr 21 '13, 8:54 AM
aspirin coated OTC
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orange coated enteric ASA OTC ## orange coated enteric ASA OTC ASA is Acetyl Salicylic Acid (ASPIRIN) OTC is Over The Counter The orange coating is orange flavoring and also slows the dissolving of the tablet until it gets past the stomach, hopefully avoiding stomach ulcer irritation. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Aspirin.
Tue, Jul 17 '12, 1:52 AM

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