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Are there any side effects of combining aspirin and vascepa?

Aspirin and Vascepa are two different drugs that are used to treat different medical conditions. Aspirin is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) that is used to treat pain, fever, and inflammation. Vascepa is a prescription medication that is used to reduce the risk of cardiovascular events in certain adult patient groups [3].

There are no known interactions between aspirin and Vascepa [2]. However, it is important to note that both drugs can have side effects. Aspirin can cause stomach upset, heartburn, and nausea, and in rare cases, it can cause bleeding in the stomach or intestines [1]. Vascepa can cause joint pain, back pain, and muscle pain [3].

It is important to talk to your doctor before taking any new medications, including aspirin and Vascepa. Your doctor can help you determine if these medications are right for you and can monitor you for any potential side effects.


Follow-up:   What are the risks of taking aspirin and vascepa together? Can aspirin and vascepa cause any adverse reactions? Are there any precautions to take when using aspirin and vascepa?

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