Dispersible Aspirin Tablets belong to a group of medicines called Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). It helps prevent blood clotting that can cut off the blood supply to an organ. A blockage in the arteries supplying blood to the heart or brain can cause a heart attack or stroke.
People with angina, or who have already suffered a heart attack or stroke, are at risk of having another because of atherosclerosis in their arteries - low-dose (75mg) aspirin can help to lower the risk.
This dose of aspirin is not for pain relief. Here is aspirin for migraines and toothaches.
How to take Aspirin Dispersible Tablets 75mg:
Precautions to consider before taking Dispersible Aspirin Tablets 75mg:
Consult with your doctor before beginning this medication as treatment for blood thinning. Dispersible Aspirin Tablets 75mg are not to be used as pain relief.
Possible side affects from taking Aspirin Dispersible Tablets 75mg:
Like many medicines, Dispersible Aspirin may occasionally cause side-effects in some patients, particularly when you first start taking it.
Effects may include:
Each Aspirin Dispersible Tablet 75mg contains:
75mg aspirin, also contains lactose and sodium.
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