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Method of use: Pill
Prescribing mode: OTC
Aspirin (United States Adopted Name), also known as acetylsalicylic acid ( abbreviated ASA), is a salicylate medication,...
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Aspirin for Blood Clots
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Aspirin & Blood Clots

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tgboards.com
reading about using aspirin for preventing blood clots...
" ...That was super helpful. I know, I wish I had the money for all that surgery. Wow, just being reading about using aspirin for preventing blood clots, only helps by 6%. So best thing I can do... "

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of clots, but taking aspirin is one of the best ways to...
" ...clots, but taking aspirin is one of the best ways to prevent a heart attack. After speaking with my doctor he informed me that aspirin helps prevent heart attacks by stopping the formation of clot... "

a blood clotting factor and stopped taking because after...
" ...figure it's because I'm jabbing my arms with the books. I have been on aspirin therapy for a blood clotting factor and stopped taking because after talking with my Dr. on the phone it sounds... "

more than the average, so chances are aspirin helped with...
" ...and stopped when I was 38 weeks pregnant both times. I do have a Protein C deficiency so my blood is thicker and clots more than the average, so chances are... "

more than the average, so chances are aspirin helped with...
" ...and stopped when I was 38 weeks pregnant both times. I do have a Protein C deficiency so my blood is thicker and clots more than the average, so chances are... "

taking an aspirin each day to help prevent blood clotting...
" ...my third bottle and no side effects at all as of yet. My friend who is an oncology nurse recommended taking an aspirin each day to help prevent blood clotting- I guess it can't hurt-... "

maybe it just seams lighter since you are not having the clo...
" ...about the lining. My RE has me take one a day cd 1 thru ovulation and 2 a day after ovulation. As far as AF it should help with having less clots since it is a blood thinner however it shouldnt... "

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and the blood clot has almost disappeared ! I really really...
" ...a blood clot in my uterus ...my pregnancy and aspirin to work as a blood thinner ! I went to the doctor today for ultra sound I'm now 8 weeks and the blood clot has almost disappeared ! I really... "

aspirin during pregnancy to help prevent blood clotting...
" ...IMPLANTATION? *preg mentioned* I'll be interested to see the responses to this. When I was doing IUIs my FS said not to take aspirin as after unsuccessful medicated cycles periods can be quite he... "

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in that they have less blood clots and TIA\"s and pulmonary...
" ...of my kids have a clotting disorder called Protein C deficiency, this is why they take coumadin and aspirin. It has helped them in that they have less blood clots and TIA\"s and pulmonary... "

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