This medicine contains aspirin, but this strength is more particularly intended for the treatment of certain affections of the heart or the vessels, alone or in combination with other treatments prescribed by your doctor. It should not be undertaken without the opinion of the latter, the sole judge of the establishment and conduct of this treatment.
Oral route. Pour the contents of the sachet into a tall glass. Add water. Complete dissolution is obtained quickly.
Reserved for adults. This low dosage of aspirin is not suitable for medical emergencies. This medicine will only be administered on medical prescription. The usual recommended dosage is 1 sachet per day. STRICTLY COMPLY WITH YOUR DOCTOR'S ORDER.
The active substance is: DL-Lysine acetylsalicylate 135.00 mg Amount corresponding to acetylsalicylic acid 75.00 mg For one sachet. The other ingredients are: Glycine, mandarin aroma, ammonium glycyrrhizate.
Precautions for use
It is important to tell your doctor about certain health problems or situations: kidney disease, asthma, history of stomach or duodenal ulcer, or digestive bleeding, high blood pressure, diabetes, IUD. Aspirin increases the risk of bleeding from very low doses and even when the intake is several days old. Notify your attending physician, surgeon, anesthesiologist or simply your dentist in case a surgical procedure, even minor, is planned. This medication does not contain sodium (salt), it can be administered in the event of a deodorized or low sodium diet.
Pregnancy and breast feeding
During your pregnancy, your specialist doctor may prescribe this medicine, which contains very low doses of aspirin, if necessary. These doses are not those used in the treatment of fever or pain. If this is the case, it is very important: · to strictly follow the prescription of your attending physician, without exceeding the prescribed doses; From the 6th month of pregnancy, not to take ANY OTHER medicine containing aspirin. This medicine passes into breast milk. Breastfeeding is therefore not recommended. Ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice before taking any medicine.