Aspirin

Last Update February 12, 2016
Aspirin, acetylsalicylic acid or simply ASA, is used for different medical conditions depending on the strength of the dose and how it is taken. It's commonly used as an analgesic,...
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Does Aspirin cause COPD?

#48 in Aspirin discussions - 302 posts discuss COPD with Aspirin. COPD is #48 concern in Aspirin discussions.

Does Aspirin cause COPD?

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cardia,which is being treated with asprin and verapamil,my r...
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" hi.i have copd stage three,that has put my ...tachy cardia,which is being treated with asprin and verapamil, my right hand ...the vital organs,i can have a lung infection but my sats will... "

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to an allergic reaction to Asprin which is also in organic...
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" ...put down to an allergic reaction to Asprin which is also in organic food ...I do have asthma, but NSAD's (Aspirin) causes coughing and breathing difficulties.  ...sister has not got asthma but has COPD, she... "

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n cardiac drugs- aspirin,atrovastatin, diltiazem, e...
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" ...(? benzos). he is currently on cardiac drugs- aspirin,atrovastatin, diltiazem, enlapril, clopdrogel and budesonide he is having COPD also. he is a Dr... "

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SORRY! What did you take Asprin for Pat? And how are...
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" ...I forgot to answer. SORRY! What did you take Asprin for Pat? And how are things going with you ...revue on my health, and a revue on my COPD.so busy day. Oh and an argument on my grandson... "

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on't use if allergic to diclofenic, aspirin or ibrofen. If I...
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" copd and osteoarthiritis best non prescription ...I use Voltarol... I also have osteoarthritis, I suppose like any ...says don't use if allergic to diclofenic, aspirin or ibrofen. If I were... "

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their single use packets (aspirin, Benedryl etc) the only...
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" Except for OTC first aid stuff in their single use packets (aspirin, Benedryl etc) the only prescriptions I have are puffers for my COPD and those I carry in a side pocket. I have never been stopped,... "

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day as take 2 500mg aspirin and start feeling better. The...
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" ...for one day as take 2 500mg aspirin and start feeling better.  The next ...10mg, Enalapril 5mg and diazepam 40 mg a day 1x4 10 mg tabs.  I do have COPD my doctor tells me because of chrontic bronchitis.  ... "

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that seldom even took an aspirin, but ya know, you get us...
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" ...have mild, moderate or severe COPD? What your oxygen levels are? Did he explain it to you? I've been given Prednisone, too, but that's only when I've had an exacerbation, not for continuous... "

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oblem in comparison to the others.\" Having COPD...
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" ...I have been taking an aspirin a day for the last year. NYNM make a point that is applicable to my situation, \"Also atrial fibrillation is common in those with other cardiac conditions and,... "

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lower extremities treated with aspirin. His blood pressure...
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" ...routine follow-up examination. He has chronic obstructive pulmonary disease treated with β-adrenergic agonists and ipratropium by metered-dose inhaler and mild ...of the lower extremities treated with... "

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