Is taking aspirin every other day or 3-4 days a week as blood thinner enough for this purpose?
Question posted by ala27iary on 11 Aug 2011
Last updated on 13 August 2011
You should only take preventative aspirin on your doctors recommendation. This is because the side effects may be serious and it is not a drug for everyone.
The usual dose for your purpose is 75 mg to 325 mg orally once a day depending on circumstances.
What strength is your aspirin tablet?
For more information see https://www.drugs.com/dosage/aspirin.html
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