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... strokes and heart attacks either happen overnight or shortly after waking. Some recommendations I've seen say to take asprin when going to bed. I cheat and take 81 mg in the morning and 81 mg at bedtime. ... (8 replies)
... to take a low dose, 81 mg. aspirin? ... (8 replies)
... of people will NOT be adequately protected with an 81 mg. dose and that percentage drops steadily with increasing dosage. ... (8 replies)

... TC generally around 180 ish or lower, HDL still around 60 plus. Started 3 years ago at 260 and 60 (although after gorging on mucho shrimp! - a true weakness). Vegetarian/pescatarian diet and I use RYR and plant sterols, no statins. I've been a mega supplement/vitamin proponent of Linus Pauling for 25 years. Intensive excercise 3 to 5 times a week running 8 to 12 miles and... (8 replies)
... Just trying to find out whether or not it would be beneficial for me to take an 81 mg. ... (8 replies)
... The purpose of taking an aspirin is that it reduces the "stickiness" of platelets, thereby reducing the likelihood of a blood clot that would cause a heart attack. ... (8 replies)
... I've never heard of aspirin helping with cholesterol... where did you read that...? ... (8 replies)
... A study done by University of Maryland found that 2 out of 3 patients with cholesterol levels above 240 mg/dL still had platelet aggregation, in spite of daily 325mg aspirin. It kinda suggests that this doesn't work for most of the people who need it most. :( Mark (8 replies)
... I do not take aspirin but to my understanding it is best to take the baby aspirin dosage of 81mg daily. Taking too much aspirin will thin your blood to much which is not good. ... (5 replies)
... If you can take them back, take them back. It would be best to take the 81. Not withstanding the stomach problem it will thin the blood possibly too much and you will need to watch that you don't bruise more easily among other things. I keep the 325 on hand but not the Ecotrin because if I need them in an emergency the coated ones will not act fast enough and that is the only... (5 replies)
... I'm just concerned about going from 81 to 325, and whether I should switch to every other day. ... (5 replies)
... Do you take a baby aspirin once daily? ... (8 replies)
... The trick to taking any aspirin is to drink at least 12 oz of water before taking it. That way, the aspirin lands in water and can move around in your stomach on the water instead of landing directly on your stomach where it sits and causes irritation or an ulcer. ... (5 replies)
... I guess my first question to you would be are the 325 mg. aspirin's you bought by mistake also "enteric" coated? If not, I would take them back. The enteric coating prevents stomach upset and the eventual deterioration of the stomach lining which will happen over time with regular aspirin. (5 replies)
... I just started a regimen of aspirin and lipitor about 3 months ago. I used Ecotrin aspirin, 81mg. I recently ran out, and went to the store, and accidentally got 325 mg. ... (5 replies)
... I do take 81 mg of the coated aspirin now. I'm sure taking more would help my ongoing muscle pain...which is slowly getting better I think. ... (18 replies)
Niaspan absorption
Mar 19, 2009
... Without medication, I run a very high triglyceride level (> 1000). I also run an elevated LDL and a low HDL. I have always exercised (run 8-12 miles a week followed by some free weights) and my diet includes whole grains and few sugars or alcohol. I currently take Lipitor (10 mg) in the morning with oatmeal at 7 AM. I take an aspirin (81 mg) at 8 AM. I eat an apple or... (1 replies)
... Ventureman, so what does this mean for those with Total Cholesterol numbers between 180 and 220? Are they in limbo? (8 replies)
... Hubby's dr. and cardio guy say the 81 a day is fine, so guess that is the average dose. He buys the coated ones as well, think from Costco. ... (18 replies)
... I agree with the other poster about the price difference. That's a lot of money to pay for convenience. Many people take a "baby" aspirin dose every day. It's a blood thinner. ... (11 replies)

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