can i take norco and aspirin?

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Answered: Aspirin can help pain

Aspirin does help alleviate pain from headaches, fever and muscle pain. It can also act as blood thinner. My mom even uses it for her hypertension. It may also be effective for clot prevention after hip replacement surgery. You can read about it at http://hipreplacementnewsandupdates.blogspot.com ...

Answered: Is Aspirin a registered trademark or is it considered a generic?

In countries where Aspirin is a registered trademark owned by Bayer , the generic term is acetylsalicylic acid

Answered: Does aspirin fight cancer?

Yes I have heard of that Study not that long ago.. Was very interesting.. Sweet G

Answered: Do you take aspirin on a daily basis?

Hi, I am in total agreement with you and think that you have made a wise decision. I am wondering why people take aspirin at all. I guess we have become so familiar with this manmade drug that we now think that it is perfectly harmless, when in fact, it also has side effects just like everyother ...

Answered: How many low dose aspirin equals one aspirin?

Low dose aspirin are 81 mg, so 4 of them are equal to one regular strength aspirin of 325 mg. A typical aspirin dose is 2 tablets, which would be 8 of the low dose aspirin. But aspirin can cause stomach irritation and bleeding, so if you have heartburn from time to time you might prefer to take a ...

Answered: How do you identify aspirin resistance

Here are two web sites that answer your question. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/01/18/AR2008011801250.html http://www.medterms.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=33668
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What are the side effect of aspirin?

Aspirin is extremely dangerous for your health. It makes your blood pump faster and can be a cause of sudden heart attack.

What is the genaric name for oxycodone without aspirin

Oxycodone is the generic name. Oxycontin is a trade name. But you need a prescription for any oxycodone.

HELP !!!

it could be that you've become addicted to asprin. I would stop taking it totally and just stay away from it. switch to tylenol or advil if you are actually in pain from something, but try to not take anything for a month or so, to let your body get over this addiction.