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    bigojo posted:
    Anyone having any trouble with the drug Aggrenox
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    JeffDaddy responded:
    I have been taking 500 mg aggrenox and 170 mg aspirin daily for the last 5 and a half years with little to no side effects. When I started aggrenox, I got tremendous headaches. I attributed the headaches to the medication because they developed within an hour of taking the medicine. I told my neurologist and he cut the dose in half. This got rid of the headaches and I slowly increased the dosage so that I was back up to 500 mg/day.

    I have no problems going to the dentist or bruising or bleeding.
     
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    bigojo replied to JeffDaddy's response:
    Thanke for the reply


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