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By indefiniteforest - / Monday 20 February 2017 13:00 / United States - Hillsboro
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By  Tripartita  |  44

Fuck your life and fuck the life of whoever has a heart attack in her presence. "I took your phone away 'cause you don't need a damn ambulance. Now take the pills!"

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By  Tripartita  |  44

Fuck your life and fuck the life of whoever has a heart attack in her presence. "I took your phone away 'cause you don't need a damn ambulance. Now take the pills!"

By  Zehir_fml  |  10

Depends on the strength of the aspirin in question. There are some aspirin types that are designed solely for heart attacks. However, I am assuming that this is simple low-dose aspirin.

By  mekiswrite  |  14

She's not totally wrong! XD only time I've heard of asprin being used for a heart attack though is when the person having a heart attack is loaded up on other drugs

By  Chazzster  |  14

Both are correct - Aspirin is first aid for a heart attack. And it helps headaches. Because aspirin tends to cause stomach pains if used frequently, most people use Tylenol for headaches. Caffeine also helps headaches.

By  Shadowvoid  |  31

Yes, a baby aspirin (81mg) is recommended daily to lower the risk of heart attack, but a regular aspirin (200-250mg) is not the same thing. The baby aspirin is typically prescribed to people as a blood thinner. It makes the blood clot less easily. That's why it is common for older people to have problems with losing too much blood from minor injuries (along with other factors).

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  niallo  |  23

You are correct with one addition. If you are having a heart attack you will be given a full dose of aspirin which is 325mg. 81mg is for prevention.

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