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Aspirin Can Double The Risk Of Suffering A Heart Attack? !!!

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I'd be asking for references for those studies before taking a newspapers word for it.

That's a pretty bold claim to say that asprin can almost double the risk of suffering a heart attack.
Considering that as a first responded, one of the first things we do when we suspect the person is having a heart attack is administer asprin, among other things, (provided they're not allergic to it or have any bleeding disorders)

Some food for thought though, there could be other studies out there which could confirm this and ill happily be proven wrong for the sake of learning a thing or two
 

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This is why these news agencies really need researchers to interpret these findings. It will lead to less distrust of science.

From a very superficial reading of the article: Risk of myocardial infarction in patients with atrial fibrillation using vitamin K antagonists, aspirin or direct acting oral anticoagulants - Stolk - 2017 - British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology - Wiley Online Library


1. This does not appear to apply to the general public - just for people with atrial fibrillation
i.e., don't worry if you don't have AF

2. The risk of acute myocardial infarction was doubled only compared to current vitamin K antagonists users
i.e., we don't know what the risk of using aspirin is compared to using nothing. IMO it is likely that aspirin lowers the risk. But it appears that Vitamin K antagonists are more effective than aspirin


Basic takeaway is = this has no relevance if you don't have atrial fibrillation + aren't using 1 of the 3 drug types discussed
 
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Increased risk compared to people taking Coumadin like me!

The study is comparing three groups :aspirin, Coumadin, and some other new drug. Of course aspirin isn't as effective as Coumadin in preventing clots. Seems like a silly study to me because any doctor could have told you the results before they even did the study. The study doesn't have a group that is taking nothing.

Poor title for the article that makes it sound like taking aspirin will double your chances of a heart attack. The study just says that drugs like Warfarin work at least 2x better than aspirin.
 

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Fucking reporters will twist anything for a story . Asprin an Nsaid thins blood lowering risk of heart attack by lowering blood pressure in most cases

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Fucking reporters will twist anything for a story . Asprin an Nsaid thins blood lowering risk of heart attack by lowering blood pressure in most cases

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Aspirin lowers blood pressure?

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Aspirin lowers blood pressure?

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It thins your blood that lowers pressure why do you think most people with hypertension are on a low dose aspirin protocol and most of us use 81 mg aspirin on cycle or with ephedrine too mitigate the cardiac risk

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I actually watched it happen in real time the other day it was funny I'm on a ton of shit contest prep . hurt my foot on the stairclimber in the urgent care she left me hooked too the moniter because I was 170 over 80 . gave me a 600 mg ibuprofen for the foot pain within 30 minutes I was 140 over 45 crazy

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It thins your blood that lowers pressure why do you think most people with hypertension are on a low dose aspirin protocol and most of us use 81 mg aspirin on cycle or with ephedrine too mitigate the cardiac risk

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They are put on it to prevent clotting, which it does through inhibition of thromboxane. The use in the EC stack was speculation that it would increase the thermogenic effect through inhibition of prostaglandins.

Aspirin doesn't lower blood pressure in normal doses.

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They are put on it to prevent clotting, which it does through inhibition of thromboxane. The use in the EC stack was speculation that it would increase the thermogenic effect through inhibition of prostaglandins.

Aspirin doesn't lower blood pressure in normal doses.

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Not true it you thin blood pressure is reduced not gonna argue with you

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Not true it you thin blood pressure is reduced not gonna argue with you

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Incorrect. Also, non-aspirin NSAID's are terrible for you if used long term. They have no blood pressure benefits.

It's ok to be wrong sometimes. That's how we learn.
 

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Incorrect. Also, non-aspirin NSAID's are terrible for you if used long term. They have no blood pressure benefits.

It's ok to be wrong sometimes. That's how we learn.
I just told you all I sat and watched a drastic change in my BP as a direct result of aspirin . not small but very significant change.

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I just told you all I sat and watched a drastic change in my BP as a direct result of aspirin . not small but very significant change.

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You said it was ibuprofen though?
 

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If you have a balloon and you put a a gallon of oil in it, itll have the same pressure if you put a gallon of alcohol in it... viscosity doesn't make a difference in pressure.


science
 

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lol:banghead:
 

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unless contraindicated I recommend low dose aspirin a few days a week for most AAS users. For those with CAD or carotid etc low dose daily and discussion with your PMD.

For the record, no such thing as blood thinning. This is important concept and does relate to AAS healthy. Please look up clotting cascade and role of clottting factors and plateletes. Important to understand this for discussions regarding these things and CAD
 

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I just told you all I sat and watched a drastic change in my BP as a direct result of aspirin . not small but very significant change.

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What you saw was the effect of pain on blood pressure.

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Asprin is Bayers name brand for ibuprofen

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Well they are both NSAIDS but they are different chemicals.


I believe aspirin is an anti-platelet and suppresses the normal functioning of platelets, while ibuprofen does not.


I could be wrong though.
 

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