Aspirin

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Aspirin (United States Adopted Name), also known as acetylsalicylic acid ( abbreviated ASA), is a salicylate medication,...
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Aspirin and Krill Oil

Interaction between Aspirin and Krill Oil: 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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mg. Also I take MegaRed-krill oil with mega 3. Centrum...
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" I have swollen circumvallate papillae on back ...the swollen papillae. I take generic lipitor. Lsartin potassium 25mg synthryoid ...2.5 mg. Also I take MegaRed-krill oil with mega 3. Centrum silver 81mg... "

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or things that work like an NSAID (asprin, etc) to relieve m...
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" ...and it isn't helping. I've tried Krill oil. Curcumin upsets my stomach and intestines. I take D3, magnesium, lots of B vitamins. ...looking for things that work like an NSAID (asprin, etc) to... "

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le on blood thinners. I'm on aspirin, so I'm definitely out....
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" Nope - I discussed fish oil pre-transplant and they were 'well it won't do any ...smell issue'. Not heard of Krill Oil, but I assume it's similar? ...people on blood thinners. I'm on aspirin, so I'm... "

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mechanism Krill oil exerts effect on the PGD2 pathway?If...
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" Do you or anyone else know via what mechanism Krill oil exerts effect on the PGD2 pathway? ...cycloxegenase pathways. But this is why aspirin and other common COX inhibitors... "

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response, I'll just take and aspirin and it seems to...
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" ...anti-inflammatory response, I'll just take and aspirin and it seems to work ...I use Barleans brand. Or, krill oil is good too. Post Edited... "

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suggested. I already take an aspirin each day. It is very...
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" ...the detailed information. I have taken fish oil or krill oil or flaxseed oil. Never a ...you suggested. I already take an aspirin each day. It is very... "

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I'm also taking curcumin, krill oil, and astaxanthin, with...
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" ...sheng wan) really brought the swelling down in my pitiful PsA wracked ...this before! I'm also taking curcumin, krill oil, and astaxanthin, with a few aspirin. All are reportedly safe with ...no side... "

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do know that taking aspirin (depending on how much and h...
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" ...Hi, I don't know anything about krill oil but I do know that taking aspirin (depending on how much and how often) can make you feel sick to your stomach as well as making it burn.... "

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s drinks 2. give him krill oil tablets 3. find ways to red...
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" feelsbadman 1. crush some aspirin and put into his drinks 2. give him krill oil... "

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oil, vitamin D3, a muliti vitamin and kelp as supplements.My...
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" I take krill oil, vitamin D3, a muliti vitamin and kelp as supplements. My medication is lisinopril, simvatstin and aspirin. I have elocon for flares. Nothing has... "

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