Sunmark Aspirin Low Dose Enteric Coated Tablets
For the Temporary Relief of Minor Aches and Pains or as Recommended by Your Doctor. Because of Its Delayed Action, This Product May Not Provide Fast Relief of Headache or Other Symptoms Needing Immediate Relief. Ask Your Doctor About Other Uses for This Product.
- Drink a Full Glass of Water With Each Dose.
- Adults and Children 12 Years and Over: Take 4 to 8 Tablets Every 4 Hours Not to Exceed 48 Tablets in 24 Hours Unless Directed by a Doctor.
- Children Under 12 Years: Consult a Doctor.
- Keep Out of Reach of Children.
- Store at 25 Degrees C (77 Degrees F) Excursions Permitted Between 15 Degrees C to 30 Degrees C (59 Degrees F to 86 Degrees F).
In Each Tablet: Aspirin 81 Mg (Nsaid) (Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drug)
Acrycoat Colloidal Silicon Dioxide Croscarmellose Sodium D&c Yellow No. 10 Aluminum Lake Lactose Microcrystalline Cellulose Polysorbate 80 Sodium Hydroxide Talc Titanium Dioxide Triethyl Citrate Yellow Oxide of Iron.
Reye’s Syndrome: Children and Teenagers Who Have or Are Recovering From Chicken Pox or Flu-like Symptoms Should Not Use This Product. When Using This Product, if Changes in Behavior With Nausea and Vomiting Occur, Consult a Doctor Because These Symptoms Could Be an Early Sign of Reye’s Syndrome, a Rare but Serious Illness.
Allergy Alert: Aspirin May Cause a Severe Allergic Reaction Which May Include: Hives, Facial Swelling, Asthma (Wheezing), Shock.
Stomach Bleeding Warning: This Product Contains an Nsaid, Which May Cause Severe Stomach Bleeding.
The Chance is Higher if You: Are Age 60 or Older Have Had Stomach Ulcers or Bleeding Problems Take a Blood Thinning (Anticoagulant) or Steroid Drug Take Other Drugs Containing Prescription or Nonprescription Nsaids (Aspirin, Ibuprofen, Naproxen or Others) Have 3 or More Alcoholic Drinks Every Day While Using This Product Take More or for a Longer Time Than Directed. Do Not Use if You Have Ever Had an Allergic Reaction to Any Other Pain Reliever/fever Reducer.
Ask a Doctor Before Use if: Stomach Bleeding Warning Applies to You You Have a History of Stomach Problems Such as Heartburn You Have High Blood Pressure, Heart Disease, Liver Cirrhosis or Kidney Disease You Are Taking a Diuretic You Have Asthma.
Ask a Doctor or Pharmacist Before Use if You Are Taking a Prescription Drug for: Diabetes, Gout, Arthritis.
Stop Use and Ask a Doctor if: an Allergic Reaction Occurs. Seek Medical Help Right Away You Experience Any of the Following Signs of Stomach Bleeding: Feel Faint, Vomit Blood, Have Bloody or Black Stools, Have Stomach Pain That Does Not Get Better Pain Gets Worse or Lasts for More Than 10 Days Redness or Swelling is Present New Symptoms Occur Ringing in the Ears or a Loss of Hearing Occurs. These Could Be Signs of a Serious Condition.
If Pregnant or Breast-feeding, Ask a Health Professional Before Use. It is Especially Important Not to Use Aspirin During the Last 3 Months of Pregnancy Unless Definitely Directed to Do So by a Doctor Because It May Cause Problems in the Unborn Child or Complications During Delivery. In Case of Overdose, Get Medical Help or Contact a Poison Control Center Right Away (1-800-222-1222).
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