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Aspirin recommended doses

Aspirin recommended doses

Several threads on here recently have commented on using aspirin to help address clot injuries etc. Various doses have been claimed and/or suggested as being correct/appropriate/ideal.

As I understand it, the maximum long-term dose recommended for clot prevention is a single 75mg dose per day, ideally taken in soluble form, preferably with food. A larger dose has no additional beneficial effect but it does have potential for causing damage in the longer term. For shorter-term clot reduction assistance, the dose can be increased to 2 x 75mg/day, taken morning and evening. This regime is not generally recommended for a period exceeding 1-3 months depending on age and general health.

The bottom line is, larger doses are fine taken ‘normally’, e.g 600mg one a single occasion to alleviate a headache - but completely unnecessary (and probably deleterious) taken on a ‘permanent’ basis. Besides, a larger dose demonstrably causes no additional blood ‘thinning’.

Cheers y’all

K.


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I see no need for “clot prevention” in the normal course of PE. The reports of “thrombosed veins” here are generally misconceptions on the part of the posters about what they perceive their problem to be. One might consider aspirin therapy if he participates in “extreme” clamping (i.e. long or frequent sessions), but in generally you don’t need supplements or medications to achieve gains with manual PE methods.

Originally Posted by westla90069
I see no need for “clot prevention” in the normal course of PE. The reports of “thrombosed veins” here are generally misconceptions on the part of the posters about what they perceive their problem to be. One might consider aspirin therapy if he participates in “extreme” clamping (i.e. long or frequent sessions), but in generally you don’t need supplements or medications to achieve gains with manual PE methods.


Agreed entirely, I wasn’t suggesting anyone should preventively take aspirin simply because they’re PE’ing. I was just making an observation about the suggestions to take aspirin which crop up in various threads when people say they’ve suffered a “thrombosed vein”.

I’d also agree that few ‘thrombosed veins’ are actually that.

K.


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Started 12 Sep 2005 BPEL=5.75" EG=4.7" Current 19 Apr 2006 (7 months) BPEL=+0.8" EG=+0.4" :up:

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