Does aspirin cause kidney damage?

Low risk. Aspirin has a rare chance of causing kidney damage; you are likely thinking of the other nsaids, like Ibuprofen or naproxen, that have been associated with kidney damage with high doses.

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Been taking NSAID (tylenol/aspirin) for over 10 years often every day. I want to stop. How likely do I have liver and kidney damage?

Depends.... Duration of use is important, but you haven't told us the frequency (once a week, once a day) or dose (1 pill a week, 20 a day?), nor have you shared your co-morbidities (particularly underlying liver or kidney diseases) or predisposing factors (alcohol intake, etc.). Testing is easy to allay your concern--please pursue same through your local doctor. Read more...
See your doctor. and discuss exactly how much of each med you took and how often. And have blood work to check kidney and liver function. Read more...