Aspirin

Last Update February 9, 2016
Aspirin (United States Adopted Name), also known as acetylsalicylic acid ( abbreviated ASA), is a salicylate medication,...
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Aspirin and Carbamazepine

Interaction between Aspirin and Carbamazepine: Interaction not known, but may still exist. Always consult your doctor before taking these medications together. Do not stop taking the medications without a physician's advice. Disclaimer
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thyldopa, aspirin, oral antidiabetic drugs, go...
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" _ Drug-Induced Immunologic destruction: Quinidine, sulfa preparations, carbamazepine, methyldopa, aspirin, oral antidiabetic drugs, gold salts, and rifampin. Occasionally induce... "

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thought that that the carbamazepine may be having an affect...
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" I have thought that that the carbamazepine may be having an affect in the bg levels ...it for so long. I also take a beta blockers, blood pressure and aspirin.... "

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however. Oh and carbamazepine is not OTC. This is ye...
" ...the opposite however. Oh and carbamazepine is not OTC. This is ...be outdated. Look for simpler drugs like acetaminophen or aspirin on the exam if it says OTC.... "

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aspirin, theophylline, carbamazepine...
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" aspirin, theophylline,... "

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bamazepine, levetiracetam, etc. In addition, if ther...
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" ...the seizures, such as valproate, carbamazepine, levetiracetam, etc. In addition, if ...problem in blood supply to brain, drugs such as aspirin may be required. Please discuss these issues with your... "

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as aspirin or ibuprofen are sometimes recommended for...
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" ...reason, other analgesics such as aspirin or ibuprofen are sometimes recommended ...of depletion of hepatic glutathione reserves. It is well documented that concomitant use ...enzymes such as... "

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piring as well as carbamazepine, which is all i now take tw...
" ...and aspiring as well as carbamazepine, which is all i now ...( along with 75g of aspirin). the consultant last week recommended ...off them and start taking amitriptyline instead as i am... "

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bamazepine, levetiracetam, etc. In addition, if ther...
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" ...the seizures, such as valproate, carbamazepine, levetiracetam, etc. In addition, if ...problem in blood supply to brain, drugs such as aspirin may be required. Please discuss these issues with your... "

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in of pregabalin and carbamazepine allowed me to reduce my...
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" ...adding in of pregabalin and carbamazepine allowed me to reduce my ...MST down a lot. Also be aware that painkillers don't meet pain relief 100%, ie if you have a head ache an aspirin may take it away... "

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I should continue the aspirin, though he also said more...
" ...sign of it. He said I should continue the aspirin, though he also said more than 81 mg per ...wrote me a prescription for carbamazepine/tegretol, which he explained is an... "

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