Aggrenox contains aspirin. If you take too much Aggrenox, it can cause internal bleeding in the stomach or intestines. Never take more than the prescribed dosage, and do not take over-the-counter or prescription pain medications while taking Aggrenox. Signs of an overdose can include a warm and tingly feeling, restlessness, dizziness, feeling light-headed, weakness and fainting. Seek immediate medical treatment.
- Q How soon after taking Aggrenox will my symptoms improve?
- Q What should I know about Aggrenox before taking it?
- Q How does Aggrenox (aspirin and dipyridamole) help prevent a stroke?
- Q How should I take Aggrenox (aspirin and dipyridamole)?
- Q Can I drink alcohol while taking Aggrenox?
- Q Is Aggrenox safe for pregnant or breast-feeding women?