Firstly, Aspercreme doesn't actually contain aspirin.
I used the interactions checker on this site, and it shows no interactions between aspercreme and warfarin.
As always, your doctor and clinician are the best sources of info, and should always know what you're doing.
It shows no interaction. However, since it is a salicylate and causes some of the same side effects as aspirin if used over a large area, I would check with the dr who orders the warfarin.
Since little, if any, of Aspercreme Cream is absorbed into the blood, the risk of it interacting with another medicine is low. You should not have any issues with Warfarin, however if you experience any SEVERE side effects you need to see your doctor.
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