A 38-year-old female asked:
what is aspirin rebound effect and who does it effect?
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Internal Medicine 31 years experience
Rebound headaches: Affects people who take and overtake analgesics such as excedrjn, aspirin, tylenol, (acetaminophen) ibuprofen. People who have frequent headaches or tension headaches may take so much of these products that a "rebound effect" takes place. For instance, develop a ha from not taking it. It is short-lived and goes away. It's just like de-toxing from anything from afrin to alcohol. Takes time.
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A 38-year-old member asked:
Does taking aspirin make my periods last longer?
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Family Medicine 19 years experience
It should not: Although Aspirin can thin the blood, it should not increase the duration of a period. In fact, anti-inflammatory medicines like aspirin, ibuprofen, or Aleve (naproxen) are commonly used to decrease bleeding, as they decrease the inflammatory respons in the uterus, and cause the blood vessels to close off some.
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A 35-year-old member asked:
For how long does aspirin stay in your system?
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Geriatrics 40 years experience
7 days: One Aspirin may have some effect in the body for up to 7 days but at least for one day. In pts with higher risk for bleeding or gastritis or peptic ulcers may be prescribed less often than daily if clinically necessary.
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A 33-year-old member asked:
How long does it it take for the effects of aspirin to kick in?
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Pediatrics 33 years experience
5-12 minutes: A study published in a cardiology (heart) journal found that Aspirin started working (preventing platelets from clumping) after 5 minutes for chewable tablets, and after 12 minutes for tablets swallowed whole. If an adult takes Aspirin for pain or fever, probably more time needs to pass before he notices less pain or lower fever, perhaps 30 minutes.
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A 46-year-old member asked:
Do I take aspirin fast if I think am having mi?
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Internal Medicine 17 years experience
Yes: As soon as you can. And call 911 - do not drive to the hospital.
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A 19-year-old member asked:
What will happen when high dose of aspirin is given to mi patients... Mechanism of action ?
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Cardiology 23 years experience
Anti platelet action: Giving more then 325mg of Aspirin is not recommend in the usa. Aspirin is anti platelets drug that prevents blood clot formation. In mi patients it does that to minimize blood clot within blocked coronary artery. Mostly it is a cholesterol plaque that cracks leading to blood clot formation that further narrows the vessel limiting blood flow to the myocardium.
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Last updated Nov 16, 2013
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