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Does Intake Of Low Doses Of Aspirin Good For Health On A Long Term
Can someone still be treated for aspirin od 48hrs after ingestion or is it too late then? Taking into account dehydration and low kidney function?
May need support: Generally, the acute management of an Aspirin od would be over by them, but severe cases with respiratory depression, persistent metabolic disturbances and mental status changes would still need treatment and support. This coud include intubation, IV fluids and even dialysis. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I am taking 325mg of aspirin daily for small cryogentic stroke. Should I be watching my vitamin-k intake? I
No: Vitamin K has an impact on warfarin (Coumadin) because it is a a part of the coagulation pathway - the various proteins in blood that come together when activated to form a clot, aspirin has its effect on a different part of coagulation, the platelets making them "less sticky" and less likely to form a clot. Eat all the salad you want. ...Read more
5.5 months 1st pregncy.Bp140/90.Trace albumin in urine.Been on regular intake of baby aspirin 75 mg/day for 1st 3 months, no intake for last 2 months.
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
Is there any hope for an NSAID allergic person to use aspirin again someday? only get mild hives, hours after ingestion, NO other symptoms at all.
Can't tell: There has not been enough study to ascertain this point. However I have seen patients who have lost their adverse reaction to aspirin after several years. However the incidence of remission is likely low . Given so many other types of NSAIDs available, aspirin is not essential for most people. ...Read more
Daughter, 26, has type 1 diabetes since age 2. For long term health should she take a 81 mg aspirin in addition to managing her diabetes well?
Platelet function: Reduce platelet aggregation by non selectively and irreversibly inhibiting cyclooxygenase. An enzyme responsible for the formation of prostanoids: prostaglandins, prostacyclin and thromboxanes. Due to above effects you will have the 4 main functions of asa which are anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, pain, decreasing platelet aggregation and the formation of atheromatous plague at coronaries. ...Read more
No: I think it is likely a good idea. ...Read more
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