... heart attack and dissolve blood clots immediately and am certain that the coated aspirin would not dissolve quickly enough to save lives
I need a chewable generic NON-COATED ASPIRIN 325mg ... Where have they gone. I need them to stop?
- 9 Jun 2017 by Nellonalee
- 9 June 2017
- heart attack, aspirin, generic, blood clot, heart, blood
Added 9 Jun 2017:
these NON-COATED ASPIRIN used to be available everywhere. . .now I cannot a single bottle of non-coated aspirin 325mg. Chewing them will save your life if you are having a heart attack! what has happened to this product?
There's not really a readily available full strength chewable aspirin available in the U.S., so you might want to consider keeping some low dose chewable aspirin with you if you can't stomach the thought of chewing up a regular uncoated aspirin. 4 of those low dose chewables equals just about a regular aspirin. BC powder is a powder which contains 800 mg of aspirin, so a half of one would do, however my reservation lies in the fact that it also has some added caffeine which may not be great for a heart in distress. I would keep a bottle of low dose chewables with you like I do, since chewing aspirin is the absolute fastest way to help your body when you suspect a heart attack.
- Aspirin Information for Consumers
- Aspirin Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Aspirin (detailed)
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