The most common side effects of aspirin include
There are some potentially serious, but rare side effects that may be experienced
Please seek medical attention immediately if the side effects above occur.
Stop medication and seek immediate medical attention if your child experience allergic reactions (e.g. rash, swelling of the eyes and lips, difficulty breathing)
Aspirin is usually taken once a day, in the morning. It should be taken with or after food to reduce stomach irritation. Do not take this medication more often than directed and do not stop until instructed by your doctor.
Tablets may be swallowed with a glass of water or dispersed in water, before taking. Sometimes, you may need to dissolve the tablet in a specific amount of water and syringe out the appropriate volume before giving it to your child. Follow the instructions provided by your doctor, nurse or pharmacist
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