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Effect of aspirin in a person with dengue - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   Hi,
Doctor :   Dr XXX here
User :   good evening Dr XXX
Doctor :   very good evening
User :   i have a question abaout someone taking baby aspirin for high blood pressure and at the same time being in a dengue zone?
User :   i have heard that aspirin provokes hemorhages in dengue?
Doctor :   yes, aspirin do provoke bleeding, is the dengue diagnosed ?
User :   no, no diagnosis, just to inow if he should continue with the baby aspirin while in the dengue zone - we are on vacation in XXX
Doctor :   and low dose aspirin is advised as prophylaxis in people wit history of stroke or DVT
Doctor :   ok, its not a problem until unless diagnosed
Doctor :   the effect of aspirin do not last long
User :   ok. if we suspect that he may have gotten dengue, then just stop taking the aspirin, right?
Doctor :   it will wear off once its stopped
Doctor :   yes, can stop but go behind benefit

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