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Can i take pepto bismol and low dose aspirin 81mg together?

I am having stomach pain i wanted to take some pepto bismol for the pain i am taking the aspirin to thinning my blood.

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Take the Pepto. 2 hours later take the aspirin with food. The aspirin may be upsetting your stomach. You should always take with food or a full glass of water, as aspirin can cause stomach irritation and bleeding.

Posted on Jan 01, 2017

  • Joe Russell Jan 01, 2017

    why do aspirin cause stomach irritation and bleeding is it because i don't eat anything with it?

  • Andrew Taylor
    Andrew Taylor Jan 01, 2017

    The proper name for aspirin is acetylsalicylic acid. The 'acid' is the clue :>) Yes, you should take aspirin with food. Have a read of this
    https://www.drugs.com/aspirin.html

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