Side Effects After Taking Anti-inflammatory Drugs?
I am a nursing mother, I read in the article if the chest pain taking aspirin medicine will improve, the danger is not if I take 1 pill of aspirin medicine because chest pain is good or not yes, what effect does the baby do or not. thanks.
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Aspirin has an active composition of acetylsalicylic acid which is an anti-platelet and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug. By its nature, this drug is indeed useful in relieving pain, including chest pain.
However, you need to know, chest pain can be very many possible causes. Chest pain can occur due to airway disorders (eg pleurisy, bronchitis, pneumonia), digestive disorders (eg GERD, gastritis, peptic ulcers), heart problems (such as heart attacks), muscular-nerve disorders or their supporting tissues (eg nerve nerves, post herpetic neuralgia, muscle cramps), psychological disorders, and so on. Not all causes of chest pain are appropriately overcome by consumption of acetylsalicylic acid. Consumption of acetylsalicylic acid in patients with peptic ulcers, for example, can worsen symptoms, and can cause serious complications, such as massive bleeding in the digestive tract.
Therefore, if you have not yet ascertained the cause of pain in your chest, it is strongly not recommended to take any medication, including acetylsalicylic acid. Acetylsalicylic acid can also be excreted in breast milk so that it can potentially affect the health of the baby you are breastfeeding.
Our advice, before taking any medication, first relieve your chest pain in the following ways:
Warm compresses on the chest that are painful
Eat a little but often
Don't eat acidic, spicy, fatty and excessive gassing
Don't panic, be afraid, or worry too much
If with the steps above the chest pain does not improve, or other complaints arise such as tightness, nausea, vomiting, feeling heavy chest pressed objects, excessive fear, and so on, do not hesitate to check your condition directly to the doctor or specialist in internal medicine to be given appropriate handling ...
I hope this helps.