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Can Aspirin be taken by a 68-year-old male being treated for coronary artery disease ?

I m a 68-year-old male being treated for coronary artery disease . I m taking Lipitor (20mg), metoprolol (200mg) and Imdur (30mg). My cardiologist also told me to take 2 low-dose aspirin a day. Should I take the aspirin tablets together or one in the morning and one in the evening for best effect?
Asked On : Fri, 27 May 2011
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As 2 low dose aspirin advised by physician,you should take both the tablets at a time after meal in the after noon.
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