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Is there any side effects of Loprin 75 for a ex-smoker ?

Hi, My doc suggested me to take Loprin 75 daily after lunch. I was a smoker and quit smoking an year ago but my Doc said its good to use this for certain period. Can you tell me why my Doc said so and what exactly Loprin75 does inside my body and blood? And are there any side effects for using this? Thanks!
Asked On : Thu, 26 May 2011
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Loprin is an aspirin medication. Low doses of Aspirin is known to prevent clot formation in diseased vessels. This decreases the likelihood of a further heart attack.
Answered: Mon, 6 Jun 2011
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LOPRIN 75 tablet is low dose is used to control bp and as well as an anti platelet you are a smoker,there is a chance for increasing of cholestrol content in your body and it may lead to artery its better to take loprin to prevent clotting of blood in your artery and prevents further complications if the heart.
Answered: Thu, 26 May 2011
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