How to Use
Aspirina C effervescent tablets must be dissolved in water and taken after meals, preferably. Aspirina C is indicated to treat occasional symptoms, so it shouldn?t be taken for more than 3 days. Adults: 1 to 2 effervescent tablets 4 to 8 hours spaced, without exceeding 8 tablets per day. Children older than 12 years old: 1 effervescent tablet spaced 4 to 8 hours, without exceeding 3 tablets per day. It is not recommended to be used in children or teenagers.
Indications: Aspirina C is a Medicinal Product Not Subject to Medical Prescription which active substance belongs to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory (AINE) drugs group. It is indicated in symptomatic relief of soft to moderate pain and fever. Contains ascorbic acid to compensate vitamin C necessities associated to fever and colds. It is indicated to treat headaches, toothache, muscle aches, menstrual aches, fever associated to flu or colds. As every medicine, Aspirina C has side effects, although it doesn?t occur with everyone. It may occur abdominal pain, nausea, heartburn, vomits, gastrointestinal hemorrhage, gastrointestinal ulcers, transaminases elevation, hyper sensibility reactions, dizziness, humming and blood coagulation alterations. There is no side effects verified for Vitamin C for the used concentrations. If you verify any side effect or any other not described, talk to your doctor or pharmacist.
Medicinal Product Not Subject to Medical Prescription. Composition: Acetylsalicylic acid (400 mg), Ascorbic acid (vitamin C) (240 mg), Monosodium citrate, Sodium bicarbonate, Citric acid anhydrous, Sodium carbonate anhydrous