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Prin Tab

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By ORDAIN HEALTH CARE GLOBAL PRIVATE LIMITED
14 Tablet(s) in Strip

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Aspirin

Medical Description

This medicine contains Acetylsalicylic acid or Aspirin that belongs to the group of medicines called an antiplatelet agent (to treat blood clots).
    Uses
    Contraindications
    Side effects
    Precautions and Warnings
    Mode of Action
    Directions for Use
    Interactions
    Storage and disposal
    Dosage
    FAQs
    References
uses

Uses of Prin Tab

  • Prevention of heart attack
  • Prevention of strokes
  • Prevention of heart problems like stable or unstable angina (chest pain)
  • Treatment of acute heart attack
  • Prevention of blood clot formation, post-heart surgery
contraindications

Contraindications of Prin Tab

  • If you are allergic to this medicine or any of the ingredient of this medicine.
  • If you have bleeding disorders.
  • If you have a history of ulcer in the stomach or small intestine.
  • If you have gout.
  • If you have a serious liver or kidney problem.
  • If you are pregnant (last three months) or breastfeeding.
  • If you are taking medicines for cancer or rheumatoid arthritis (like methotrexate - more than 15mg per week).
sideEffects

Side effects of Prin Tab

  • Indigestion
  • Increased risk of bleeding
  • Hives
  • Breathing difficulty
  • Severe allergic reactions like swelling of your lips, face or body, fainting, difficulty in swallowing and wheezing (serious side effect)
  • Reddening of the skin with high fever (serious side effect)
precautionsAndWarnings

Precautions and Warnings of Prin Tab

pregnancy

Pregnancy

Q:
Can I take Prin Tab during pregnancy?
A:
  • Pregnant women should not take this medicine unless advised by the doctor as it is unsafe during pregnancy. This medicine can cause heart or kidney-related problems in the baby.
breastfeeding

Breast Feeding

Q:
Can I take Prin Tab while breastfeeding?
A:
This medicine passes into breast milk. You should not take this medicine if you are breastfeeding unless advised by your doctor.
driving

Driving

Q:
Can I drive if I have consumed Prin Tab?
A:
This medicine does not affect the ability to drive or operate heavy machines.
otherGeneralWarnings

Other General Warnings

Talk to your doctor if
  • You are undergoing surgery or had surgery recently.
  • If you have any unusual bleeding.
  • You are suffering from asthma, then this medicine can worsen your asthma.
  • You have kidney or liver diseases.
  • You have high blood pressure.
  • You have ulcers in your stomach or small intestine.
  • You are suffering from gout.
  • You experience heavy menstrual bleeding, do not take this medicine as it can increase the bleeding.
modeOfAction

Mode of Action of Prin Tab

How Does It Work?

  • Platelets are blood cells that help in clot formation.
  • When clot formation occurs in an artery, blood flow stops, which can be dangerous in cases of a heart attack.
  • Aspirin in low doses prevents these platelets from forming a clot so that blood can flow without any obstruction in the arteries.
directionsForUse

Directions for Use of Prin Tab

Do not crush or chew the tablet. Swallow the tablet as a whole with a glass of water.
interactions

Interactions of Prin Tab

Interactions with other medicines

  • Medicines used for thinning of the blood (e.g., Warfarin) as these together can increase the risk of bleeding
  • Medicines used to prevent organ rejection after transplantation (e.g., Ciclosporin, Tacrolimus)
  • Medicines used to treat high blood pressure (e.g., Diuretics and ACE-inhibitors)
  • Medicines used to regulate heartbeat (e.g., Digoxin)
  • Medicines used to treat mental health conditions (e.g., Lithium)
  • Medicines used to treat depression (e.g., Sertraline or Paroxetine)
  • Medicines used to treat pain and inflammation (e.g., anti-inflammatory
  • Medicines such as Ibuprofen or Steroids)
  • Medicines to treat gout (e.g., Probenecid)
  • Medicines to treat cancer or rheumatoid arthritis (e.g., Methotrexate)
  • Medicines to treat diabetes (e.g., Glibenclamide)
  • Medicines used as hormone replacement therapy (Corticosteroids)
  • Medicines to treat acidity (Antacids)

Interactions with food items

No information is available on interactions with food while you are taking Aspirin. Consult your doctor or pharmacist for further details.
storageAndDisposal

Storage and disposal of Prin Tab

Do not store above 25°C and try to keep out of the reach of children.
dosage

Dosage of Prin Tab

Overdose

  • Symptoms of overdose include ringing in the ears, dizziness, headache, nausea, vomiting and stomach ache, sweating, fever, increased pulse or breathing rate, fits, low blood sugar.
  • If you think you have taken too much of this medicine, contact your doctor immediately or visit the nearest hospital.

Missed a Dose

If you missed any dose of medicine, take it as soon as you remember. If it's time for your next dose, skip the missed dose and continue with your regular dosing schedule. Do not take a double dose of ...
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Content Details

WRITTEN BY
REVIEWED BY
doctor

Dr. Ritu Budania

MBBS, MD (Pharmacology)

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

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Q: What should I discuss with my doctor before taking Aspirin?

  • 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 that was induced by a painkiller, you must tell your doctor about it.

Q: What are the precautions I need to follow while taking Aspirin?

A: Before you undergo any surgeries or during medical emergencies, tell your doctor that you are on treatment with Aspirin, as excess Aspirin can cause bleeding disorders.

Q: Can I take Prin Tab for pain?

A: No, this 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.
Last Updated on: 06 May 2021 | 10:02 AM (IST)
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