Dispersible Aspirin 300mg 32 Tablets
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What are Aspirin 300mg tablets used for?Aspirin 300mg tablets are used for the relief of mild to moderate pain in headaches including tension headaches, migraine headaches, toothaches, neuralgia, period pains, rheumatic pain, lumbago and sciatica. It also offers symptomatic relief of influenza, feverishness, feverish colds and sore throats, reducing inflammation and lowering temperature.Aspirin can also reduce the inflammation caused by rheumatism and lumbago.
How do you take Aspirin 300mg tablets?Adults should take 1 to 3 tablets four hourly if necessary, but not more than 12 tablets to be taken during any 24 hour period. Children over 12 years of age: 1 to 2 tablets not more than four times a day, to a maximum of 10 tablets in 24 hours.
What are the side effects of taking Aspirin 300mg?These common side effects of aspirin for pain relief happen in more than 1 in 100 people: mild indigestion and bleeding more easily than normal.
It happens rarely, but some people have serious side effects after taking aspirin.
Call your doctor or contact 111 now if:
- you cough up blood or have blood in your pee, poo or vomit
- the whites of your eyes turn yellow or your skin turns yellow (this may be less obvious on brown or black skin), or your pee gets darker) – this can be a sign of liver problems
- the joints in your hands and feet are painful – this can be a sign of high levels of uric acid in the blood
- your hands or feet are swollen – this can be a sign of water retention
Please use our pharmacist consultation to ensure you are eligible for the medication