Aspirin is a medication often used as an analgesic to relieve pains and minor aches or as a medication for anti-inflammatory or as an antipyretic for reducing the fever. Aspirin is a member of the family of chemicals which called salicylates and it reduces the substances in the body which cause the fever, pain or inflammation.
It is used also to treat the mild to moderate pains and to prevent heart angina, strokes and attacks; the aspirin could be used for cardiovascular conditions, but only under the supervision of a doctor. It is used as a treat for some types of headache and is very effective medication at stopping migraines during its beginning. Some data refers that The Aspirin is the most effective treatment for cluster headache. The use of low dose of Aspirin supplementation has some benefits in the prevention of pre-eclampsia.
The effect of Aspirin on Cancer diseases:
It has been widely studied especially its effect on colorectal cancer. The available data of RCTs refers that the use of low dose of Aspirin for a long-term could prevent some types of Cancer.
Avoid giving Aspirin to children or teenagers who have fever especially if the child also has a chicken pox or flu symptoms, because the Aspirin may cause serious conditions and in sometimes fatal which called Reye’s syndrome in children. If you are allergic to Aspirin, so do not use it; or if you have a history of stomach bleeding, hemophilia, an allergy to Motrin, Advil, Aleve, Mobic, Relafen, Orudis, Indocin, Feldene, Lodine,Toradol,Voltaren or others such as kidney disease, heart disease, liver disease, stomach ulcers or nasal polyps; so you need special tests or a dose adjustment to safely take the Aspirin.