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Dr what is the use of juspirin aspirin 81 mg?? I had a miscarriage at 5 weeks 6 months before. Doc told me to have everyday noon, any side effects?

Dr what is the use of juspirin aspirin 81 mg?? I had a miscarriage at 5 weeks 6 months before. Doc told me to have everyday noon, any side effects?

Miscarriage risk: Low dose aspirin may reduce the risk of a repeat miscarriage. You need to discus this with your OB. You will need to stop it about a month before your delivery. ...Read more

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Dizziness associated sith aspirin 81 mg?

Dizziness associated sith aspirin 81 mg?

Usually not: Asa 81 is a small dose, however different people have different reaction to meds. Share this info wit the md that recommended this medication for you. ...Read more

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Bayer (aspirin) 81 mg, how many does it take to get overdosed?

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Bayer (aspirin) OD: If alert, stomach lavage and monitoring vital signs, if drowsy, er for tx. ...Read more

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I only have a bottle of children's aspirin (81 mg). How much should I take for a 19 year old and 5'5"?

I only have a bottle of children's aspirin (81 mg). How much should I take for a 19 year old and 5'5"?

More information: Aspirin is not recommended for children and adolescents during a viral illness. There is an association with reyes syndrome. Unless it is recommended for some other reason such as cardiac disease, it is best to avoid Aspirin during a viral illness. More information is needed to answer the question. ...Read more

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Is baby aspirin 81 mg good for tooth ache?

Wrong Rx: Analgesics mask symptoms, don't cure problem. Toothache usually means infection which requires rx asap or will worsen and spread. You would need to take 8 81mg "baby" Aspirin every 4 hours with lots of liquids just to take the edge off. For a cure, see a dentist now. ...Read more

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Which ssri would be the best choice to take with aspirin 81 mg-losartan 50 mg -cardizem cd 150 as far as interactions?

Which ssri would be the best choice to take with aspirin 81 mg-losartan 50 mg -cardizem cd 150 as far as interactions?

Clean one: You will have to visit with your prescribing doctor. Two ssris at any dose range have minimal drug-drug interactions via the p450 system: citalopram and escitalopram. Any ssri will reduce platelet aggregation and thus gently increase the chance for spontaneous or easy bruising, though it is a rare occurence. Always visit with your doctor who knows you and your medical history best! ...Read more

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Achy shoulders and hips. Especially at night. I take simvastatin, B6, and aspirin 81 MG at night. Could it be from the statin?

Achy shoulders and hips. Especially at night. I take simvastatin, B6, and aspirin 81 MG at night. Could it be from the statin?

Could be: Statins are known to cause Myalgias aka muscle pain. Usually cause in the larger muscles for example quadriceps or upper extremity.
- If you have been on a statin for a while it is less likely for this to be the culprit
- stopping the medications for 2 weeks and see how you do is the way to approach this

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I took a baby aspirin 81 mg. First time ever last night. Do I have to cont. Taking it now? Will I get a blood clot if I don't or something?

I took a baby aspirin 81 mg. First time ever last night. Do I have to cont. Taking it now? Will I get a blood clot if I don't or something?

What is your goal?: A low dose (81mg) Aspirin is a common way to reduce platelet stickiness which is an early stage of clot formation. Stopping after one dose doesn't suddenly make you more likely to clot, it just returns you to your baseline. If your physician thinks it would be ok for you, it is a small investment that can pay off without causing some of the problems that other medications have. ...Read more

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I'm on metoprolol 25 mg 2 a day my blood pressure was today 126/80 puls 110 so I took Bayer (aspirin) 81 mg now is about 87 to 90 puls is safe take 2 on at nigh?

I'm on metoprolol 25 mg 2 a day my blood pressure was today 126/80 puls 110 so I took Bayer (aspirin) 81 mg now is about 87 to 90 puls is safe take 2 on at nigh?

No do not double dos: Please do not double your dose. Talk with your doctor to establish acceptable goals for your care. Extra medication may cause you more harm with increase risk for drug side effects. Keep a log of your blood pressure and pulse then talk with your doctor. Depending of your activities pulse/blood pressure will vary but does not necessary mean you must treat each reading. Please see your doctor for care. ...Read more

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I took metoprolol 25 mg in morning and a 2 one at 3. Bc blood pressure and puls was high and one Bayer (aspirin) 81 mg so if its back up at night can take both?

I took metoprolol 25 mg in morning and a 2 one at 3. Bc blood pressure and puls was high and one Bayer (aspirin) 81 mg so if its back up at night can take both?

Call your doctor: Depends on what is being treated. Metoprolol can be used to treat high blood pressure and palpitations/rapid heart rate. The maximum daily dose for metoprolol is more than what you have taken, however I would strongly advise against taking any prescription medication other than as prescribed without consulting with your treating physician. ...Read more

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Is it true taking a baby aspirin (81 mg) daily inhibits bone growth of a healing fracture?

Seems to be so.: Discuss this with your physician (s), but yes. It is true that Aspirin is one of the things that can delay or even disturb bone healing. Here is a web site that explains the issue pretty well: http://orthoinfo. Aaos. Org/topic. Cfm? Topic=a00374

but do talk with your doctors about your particular case. The cardiovascular benefits may outweigh the bone - or not. Good luck! ...Read more

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Can luvox (fluvoxamine) be taken with aspirin 81 mg/ losartan potassium 50 mg and Cardizem cd 120 or would this be dangerous?

Monitor: Not knowing all of your specific medical issues, there are some general risks of interaction between medications. Aspirin in low doses should be a problem. There is some interaction between Luvox (fluvoxamine) and cardizem which can increase the possibility of decreased blood pressure and heart rate. You may want to check with your physician if an alternate antidepressant may be a better choice. ...Read more

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Need to know are there any side effects that can happen from aspirin?

Several: Aspirin offers benefits and dangerous side effects. For a thorough discussion of the topic see http://mdprevent. Blogspot. Com/2013/02/dr-oz-and-asprin-is-he-being. Html. Aspirin isn't for everyone and high cholesterol alone may not be an indication to take it. Other factors such as family history of heart attacks and strokes, high blood pressure, obesity, etc. Must weigh in so speak with your doctor. ...Read more

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What are the side effects of aspirin for people undergoing chemotherapy?

Many potential compl: Aspirin can cause bleeding. Since chemotherapy lowers platelet counts, you do not want to compromise the remaining ones that you as aspirin makes them non functional. It can also cover up fever which is a sign of infection, so it is dangerous to take it...there are safer medicines that can be taken instead, like Tylenol (acetaminophen) provided your oncologist is made aware of it. ...Read more

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Can daily ingestion of 600-1200 mg of aspirin cause any side effects? 62 yr old woman uses 125ct 325mg aspirin every month

The: The maximum recommended dose of Aspirin per day is 4 grams (4000mg). However daily ingestion of 600-1200mg is quite a bit and may result in GI effects (ulcers, abdominal pain, pancreatitis, etc); headaches, low blood pressure, potassium abnormalites etc. Etc the list goes on and on. The person in question should visit her primary care provider and go over other safer options to manage her pain. ...Read more

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