Q: What should I discuss with my doctor before taking the Aspirin Protect tablet?
A: If you are a known patient of bleeding disorders such as haemophilia or are taking blood thinners, you must tell your doctor about it. Also, if you have had a history of ulcers, stomach swelling (inflammation), kidney disease, gout, asthma or breathing difficulty induced by a painkiller, you must tell your doctor about it.
Q: What are the precautions I need to follow while taking the Aspirin Protect tablet?
A: Before you undergo any surgeries or during medical emergencies, tell your doctor that you are on treatment with the Aspirin Protect tablet as excess Aspirin can cause bleeding disorders.
Q: Can I take the Aspirin Protect tablet for pain?
A: No, the Aspirin Protect tablet is not a pain killer. It is only for the prevention of heart disease or stroke. At high doses, Aspirin works as a pain killer.
Q: What is the Aspirin Protect tablet?
A: Aspirin Protect tablet is an antiplatelet medicine that contains acetylsalicylic acid (also known as aspirin). It is used to prevent blood clot formation within the body. This tablet is also used to prevent heart attacks, stroke and heart-related chest pain (angina).
Q: Does Aspirin Protect tablet cause acidity?
A: You may sometimes experience acidity or heartburn while taking the Aspirin Protect tablet.
Q: Is Aspirin Protect tablet a blood thinner?
A: Yes, the Aspirin Protect tablet is a blood thinner medicine.
Q: Are Aspirin and Aspirin Protect tablet the same?
A: Yes, both these medicines are the same. Aspirin is also called acetylsalicylic acid.