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Baby Aspirin Increases Length Of Period
Yes: As long as you are not allergic to aspirin. ...Read more
Would it hurt a 20 year old to take a baby aspirin? My heart races from anxiety especially during the 2 weeks before my period, and I also get sad.
Baby aspirin: It would not hurt a 20 year old to take a baby aspirin, but baby Aspirin may not help heart racing, anxiety, or depression before your period. It may help lower abdominal cramping that is common in the premenstrual period, though. You could be having other premenstrual syndrome symptoms and need evaluation for their severity. Please consider seeing your physician about this. ...Read more
Does taking baby aspirin lengthen period? Started baby aspirin and folic acid while menstrating in hopes of getting pregnant. Brown spotting occurring
I recently turned 50 and want to know if I should start taking baby aspirin, omega 3 fish oil or any other supplements. I still have regular periods.
Why does the combination of baby aspirin and amlodipine can increase the blood pressure? And also, can perindopril be added to stop the rise in BP?
Yes: Aspirin will allow more bleeding from anywhere ...Read more
Breakfast time: If you decided. Then at breakfast time. ...Read more
Not necessarily: Not necessarily. Alcohol in moderation (1-2 glasses of wine or 1 beer) a day should not cause you any problems. Alcoholism or heavy binge drinking can sometimes lower your platelets (the cells in your body that help clot your blood). Aspirin works by also inhibiting platelets, so together this could lead to bleeding problems. ...Read more
Not really: Aspirin at low doses has the ability to decrease the stickiness of your platelets and is often used to reduce chances of a stroke or heart attack. Aspirin does have anti-inflammatory properties, but its association with liver damage/failure and brain damage in kids (reye syndrome) led to rare use under the age of 16. ...Read more
Yes: Yes. It works faster when chewed but, if you're not in a hurry, swallowing is fine. (if you're taking it everyday, you have an Aspirin effect already so there's no hurry, but when people are having chest pain and not on Aspirin or their status isn't known, chewing gets it into their system faster). ...Read more
Aspirin & lactation: If low-dose Aspirin is taken, avoid breastfeeding for 1 to 2 hours after a dose to minimize antiplatelet effects in the infant (bleeding). Because of a single case report of metabolic acidosis, the american academy of pediatrics characterizes Aspirin as a drug that has been "associated with significant effects on some nursing infants and should be given to nursing mothers with caution. ...Read more
if sensitive, it can irritate your stomach. ...Read more
Garlic: Tablets will increase risk for bleeding. Please make sure you mention use to medical providers. If you have history of bleeding or easy bruising would suggest not using it. ...Read more
Anti platelets: The anti platelets are effective in managing tia. A daily dose is desired, however every other day is still protective, especially if you bleed. It is important to get all your risk factors under control to lower your stroke risk. Nicotine cessation, hypertension control, lipid control, diabetes control and ultrasound to look for neck artery plaque. Be well. ...Read more
Recommend daily use: Why do you want to reduce the aspirin from daily to every other day? I would recommend if you are hoping to prevent a TIA that you take it every day ...Read more
Yes to prevent: Yes it may prevent, but you may have to take 8 pills to treat. ...Read more
I had some past allergy from adult aspirin. Would I have the same problem if I take baby aspirin?
If you have had a serious anaphylactic allergic reaction to aspirin, you should avoid all aspirin. This type of allergic reaction involves hypotension, severe respiratory distress, swelling of the larynx, and usually requires intubation and epinephrine.
If you had a minor rash or stomach upset with aspirin, you could try the low-dose baby Aspirin dose, with food. ...Read more
Please respond can taking baby aspirin for 5 days cause false negative d dimer didn't take day of test?
Best time of the day to have a preventive baby aspirin for 42 yr old male with borderline cholesterol?
Anytime: Anytime is good ad long as you take it and it is prescribed because you need it. In younger individuals the physicians' health study showed a slight risk of bleeding. Consider risks and benefits and always talk to your doctor. ...Read more
Why for my exercise program, I also need to take a baby aspirin daily. Why did you perscribe the aspirin?
Platelets: This is probably intended to put a little bit of additional brakes on the tendency to form blood clots. It's appropriate for some people, but not all. Ask your physician to explain. ...Read more
Shouls I take a baby aspirin daily for the rest of my life. Can this have any longterm side effects or anything?
Can I take baby aspirin for headache? Baby aspirin has less side effects than regular strength. The smaller the dose = the less side effects
Can try it: But may not be as effective as a regular aspirin and take it with food on your stomach. ...Read more
Can blood in the urine without other symptoms be caused by baby aspirin? I take one in the morning and one at night. I started to notice pink urine.
See a urologist: Aspirin and other blood thinners can make it make it more likley that an abnormality in the urinary tract may cause bloody urine. Examples include urinary tract stones and bladder cancer. You should stop the Aspirin and see a urologist as soon as possible so that the appropriate testing may be done. ...Read more
Been taking Arcoxia (etoricoxib) for a few days 90mg daily, and took a baby aspirin this evening, 100mg. Can I still take Arcoxia tonight? Is it safe?
It is safe to take the aspirin. It is to be noted that Arcoxia is an NSAID from Australia. It is not sold in the US. The 100 mg aspirin is still small dose and does not preclude you from taking it.
I do not suggest doing this all the time.
The foot problem suggests plantar fasciitis. ...Read more
At the dose being: Given (81mg), anemia is not a concern. Asa is a suicide inhibitor for cyclooxygenase, an enzyme that is essential for producing prostanoids that impact platelet function. This is the reason that patients with cardiovascular dz are often treated with a daily baby asa. I wonder if you are asking for reasons related to your health? 39yo men aren't commonly taking daily asa. Is there something else? ...Read more
No: Aspirin taken daily can be very beneficial in preventing heart attacks and strokes. However, not everyone should be on Aspirin therapy as there are medical conditions (ulcers, drug allergies, bleeding disorders, etc.) that could worsen with daily Aspirin use. In addition, there could be interactions with other medications. Discuss with your doctor before starting any Aspirin therapy. ...Read more