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Can you take aspenter, aspacardin and dipyridamole all at the same time?

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Dr. Robert Fietsam
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In brief: Yes, you can, but

The aspacardin is basically magnesium.
The other two, are actually compounded together for some people. The risk is slight increase chance of bleeding, or difficultly forming blood clots, but not too great of a risk.

In brief: Yes, you can, but

The aspacardin is basically magnesium.
The other two, are actually compounded together for some people. The risk is slight increase chance of bleeding, or difficultly forming blood clots, but not too great of a risk.
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