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Aspirin Dispersible 75mg Tablets

These 75mg Dispersible Aspirin Tablets are low-dose aspirin intended for individuals with angina or those who have had a heart attack/stroke after bypass surgery. The brand may vary. Aspirin at this dosage is often used long-term to prevent blood clot formation.

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Aspirin Dispersible 75mg Tablets

These 75mg Dispersible Aspirin Tablets are low-dose aspirin intended for individuals with angina or those who have had a heart attack/stroke after bypass surgery. The brand may vary. Aspirin at this dosage is often used long-term to prevent blood clot formation.

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  • For the relief of mild to moderate pain
  • Help reduce fever
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These tablets are often prescribed for individuals with a history of cardiovascular events, such as angina, heart attack, stroke, or those who have undergone bypass surgery. The low dose is used for its antiplatelet effects to help prevent blood clots.

Aspirin inhibits the activity of platelets, preventing them from aggregating and forming blood clots. This property is essential in reducing the risk of clot-related cardiovascular events.

The 75mg dosage is lower than the standard aspirin dose used for pain relief (usually 325mg or 500mg). The lower dose is sufficient for its antiplatelet effects while minimizing potential side effects, making it suitable for long-term use.

The timing and frequency of aspirin use should be determined by your healthcare provider. In many cases, it is taken once daily, often in the evening. It's crucial to follow the prescribed schedule to maximize its effectiveness.

Common side effects may include gastrointestinal issues like upset stomach or heartburn. In rare cases, aspirin can cause more serious side effects, such as bleeding disorders. It's important to report any unusual symptoms to your healthcare provider.

It's advisable to consult with your healthcare provider regarding alcohol consumption while on aspirin therapy, as alcohol may increase the risk of gastrointestinal bleeding.

If you miss a dose, take it as soon as you remember. If it's close to the next scheduled dose, skip the missed one. Do not double up on doses unless directed by your healthcare provider.