Aspirin i haven't taken aspirin in over 40 years , i wasn't allergic to it but would like to take it now. i am 65. i am assuming if i didn't have an allergic reaction when young, i won't now?
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Pediatrics 58 years experience
There : There is no reason to believe you will have a problem unless you've had a reaction to a related drug such Ibuprofen in the past.
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Allergy and Immunology 24 years experience
In short, most likel: There are no real good clinical tests, (e.g. In vitro), and the best test is a challenge to the drug, oral, in a controlled setting, e.g. Doctor's office. But you prob dont have one since your history indicates that you never had a reaction.
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Last updated Oct 3, 2016
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