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can tia be treated with aspirin?

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Dr. Jason Klein
17 years experience Cardiology
Usually: The usual treatment for TIA is preventing future tia. Usually this is aspirin. Each case is unique and there are several factors your doctor will consider including if you were on Aspirin at the time is the tia.
Answered on May 18, 2016
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Dr. Khamid Bakhadirov
18 years experience Neurology
Yes: Aspirin is a common medication for prevention of TIA recurrence. Sometimes we identify causes of TIA that may necessitate use of different medication (such as blood thinner).
Answered on Jun 24, 2014

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