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Aspirin contained in Disprin 300mg Tablet 10 'S has a multitude of uses, such as easing the flow of blood to the heart in emergencies (e.g. stroke), and moderate to severe pain and has also shown to be effective in relieving toothaches. Pregnant and lactating women are advised to discuss the positives and negatives with their physician before ingesting any drug. Disprin 300mg Tablet 10 'S is not prescribed to patients under the age of 12 years.
Aspirin has a potent anti-coagulation factor that prevents unnecessary blood clots from forming and blocking blood vessels that supply oxygen and other nutrients to the heart and other vital organs.
Stroke: Dosage, ranging from 75MG-325MG is prescribed to be ingested once a day.
Prevention or Recurrent Myocardial Infarction: Dosages ranging from 75mg - 325mg are prescribed to be ingested once a day.
Acute Myocardial Infarction: Dosage ranging from 160mg - 162.5mg is prescribed to be ingested once a day. Dosage may be prescribed for 30 days after a MI attack.
Moderate Pain: Dosages ranging from 325mg - 1000mg can be prescribed for ingestion every 4-6 hours. The maximum dose that can be prescribed is 4 grams per day.
Disprin 300mg Tablet 10 'S comes packaged in tablet form and is preferably ingested with meals, milk, or water. These tablets are meant to be ingested whole, without chewing or crushing them. Patients are asked to set an alarm to not forget to ingest Disprin 300mg Tablet 10 'S.
Tell your healthcare supervisor immediately, if you experience any of the following symptoms:
Please tell your doctor if you have a history of any of the following before using Disprin 300mg Tablet 10 'S:
Please tell your doctor about any of the following conditions before using Disprin 300mg Tablet 10 'S:
Please tell your doctor about the use of the following before using Disprin 300mg Tablet 10 'S:
#1. How long will I have to take Disprin 300mg Tablet 10 'S for?
The duration for using Disprin 300mg Tablet 10 'S depends on the severity of your condition. It could be prescribed for a few weeks or months, or you may have to take it for a lifetime.
#2. Will I have to stop taking Disprin 300mg Tablet 10 'S before surgery or dental treatment?
Do not stop taking Disprin 300mg Tablet 10 'S without consulting with your doctor or dentist. You will be informed if you need to stop taking it before any procedure. You might be advised to stop taking it for a short time before a procedure because of the risk of bleeding.
It may cause a decrease in blood pressure as a side effect. However, this is very rare and is not experienced by everyone. Consult your doctor if you feel dizzy, lightheaded, weak, or have blurred vision as these could be symptoms of low blood pressure.
#4. What if I forget to take Disprin 300mg Tablet 10 'S?
In case you miss a dose, take your next dose on time, and do not try making up for the missed dose by doubling it up. If it helps to remind you, set an alarm so you do not miss any dose. Make sure to complete your course of treatment even if you feel better and think you do not need to take it anymore.
#5. How does Disprin 300mg Tablet 10 'S compare with other antiplatelet medicine like Ticagrelor?
They both work to prevent blood clots and future heart attacks (if you have already had one) but the latter is not approved to prevent further strokes (if you have already had one). Disprin 300mg Tablet 10 'S is usually taken once a day unlike ticagrelor which is taken twice a day and Disprin 300mg Tablet 10 'S is known to cause less bleeding when compared to ticagrelor.
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