Hello, I m a 36 year old male that recently had a stent installed due to a very narrow celiac artery. I m suppose to take aspirin daily but it really destroys my stomach. I ve tried baby aspirin and every kind that is suppose to be easy on the stomach . All of them make me terribly nausious. My doctor had me on plavix but even it made me nausious. My question is, can I take aspirin rectally? I ve read about rectal aspirin suppositories but when I ask my doctor or pharmacist about them, they say they have never heard of them. I ve tried dissolving an aspirin tablet into a small oral syring, then inserting it into my rectum. This seems to work fine but is it safe? Please let me know as I am afraid not to take a blood thinner but can t seem to find one that doesn t terribly hurt my stomach. Thank you.