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Re: Do you take baby aspirin daily?

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Did you ever have cortisone shots for your knees?
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yes

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Yes, after suffering a stress-induced heart attack from a dog bite 6 years ago.

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Yes. Recommended by doctor after leg artery was found to be 100% blocked.
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No, I do not. I have multi organ autoimmune autonomic small fiber neuropathy for which I get IVIG treatments each week, stage IV chronic kidney disease and a pacemaker for bradycardia. My neurologist and nephrologist and cardiologist don’t want me taking more meds than I have to. 

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I've been taking baby aspirin daily for years now and I'm not dead yet.

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325mg is not baby aspirin,,it's full strength and is not, that I know of, recommended for heart. glad thou it works for yur knees because I have 2 bad knees and wish I could find something besides surgery

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I've been takinf one 325mg for yrs each morning especially works for my knees !

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Re: Do you take baby aspirin daily? Yes

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I have afib and should be on a blood thinner. However I also have leukemia and after undergoing chemotherapy I am chemo pills which is counterindicated with blood thinners (apparently they increase the possibility of internal bleeding that can not be stopped) so I take the baby aspirin which is not as effective as actual blood thinners but doesn't have the risk.

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