Can someone take aspirin when having stroke symptoms?

Yes. But am not really impressed with aspirin potency in preventing a stroke, as clopidigrel and Aggrenox seem more effective.

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Would you recommend to take aspirin when someone is having stroke symptoms?

See below. If there is no significant facial droop, i would try swallowing an Aspirin with the smallest amount of liquid needed. If you are having trouble swallowing the tablet, place it under your tongue. Aspirin is quite bitter! many stroke victims, especially those with facial droop have difficulty swallowing. In our ed we give our patient's a rectal suppository of aspirin, i wouldn't expect you to have it. Read more...