FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments: ASPIRIN

User Comments:


Bufferin Low Dose (aspirin) for Pain: “Due to intestinal bleeding, I cannot take typical NSAIDs for heart attack preventative care. However, because of the ‘buffering’/magnesium in this product, I can, but in small doses. I cannot find 81 mg of Bufferin so I take a 326 mg tablet and quarter it, taking it in the evening, 98% of the time without a bleeding problem. When I have joint pain, I may double it but then bleeding can become a problem, again.”

Michelangelo (taken for 1 to 6 months) January 8, 2018


For Osteoarthritis: “Aspirin suits me best because I do not suffer from H-Pylori,otherwise,it may cause ulcers although Lansoprasol or Omepresol can prevent the stomach issues.The reason that Aspirin is best is because it helps along with Vit C and Omega 3 to lubricate the joints which is essential for painless movement.I sometimes inter-change with Ibuprofen which because it is coated lasts longer than Aspirin but I have no knowledge of Naproxen.”

Iory (taken for 10 years or more) November 16, 2017


For Pain: “I have severe, chronic sciatica. Aspirin does next to nothing for the pain. Naproxen or ibuprofen are far superior.”

Tiger55 January 10, 2017


Bayer Aspirin (aspirin) for Back Pain: “I have the worst back pain and I took these pills and they did nothing for me. I spent 12 dollars on this stuff for nothing.”

Lacee renee January 5, 2016


Arthritis Pain (aspirin) for Niacin Flush: “Works well when taken every 4 hours”

1panhead (taken for 1 to 2 years) November 18, 2015


For Pain: “Aspirin is not a very effective pain reliever and has unacceptable side effects for me. Namely, gastritis and ulcer. I traded my daily ibuprofen for a daily aspirin after reading about its cardiovascular and cancer-preventing properties. A month later, my stomach is wrecked. I don’t smoke, drink or do anything else that would damage my stomach this way. I’m a healthy 30-year-old.My symptoms include nausea, burning pain in my back and shoulders, gas, bloating, indigestion and weakness. I’m now taking Prilosec, Zantac and Tums with little relief. While daily aspirin can save lives, it can also be harmful. It’s slightly harder on your stomach than other NSAIDs. Don’t take it unless you actually NEED it.”

Anonymous (taken for 1 to 6 months) August 31, 2015

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