Frequently Asked Questions
How does VAZALORE® work?
VAZALORE is specially designed to help protect the stomach. The unique complex inside the capsule allows for targeted release of aspirin, limiting its direct contact with the stomach. The aspirin in VAZALORE delivers fast, safe pain relief plus the life-saving benefits of aspirin to help prevent another heart attack or clot-related stroke.
How is VAZALORE different from other aspirin formulations?
VAZALORE is different from other aspirin formulations:
- Plain/Chewable are quickly absorbed but come into direct contact with the stomach lining which may cause local stomach irritation
- Enteric/Safety Coated delays the release of aspirin and is erratically or unpredictably absorbed
- VAZALORE is both quickly absorbed AND designed to limit direct contact with the stomach
What dose of VAZALORE should I take?
Dosage directions vary between products and why you are taking aspirin. For more information about dosing and directions for use as a pain reliever/fever reducer, visit the individual product pages:
Do I need a prescription for VAZALORE?
Does VAZALORE expire?
What are VAZALORE/aspirin side effects?
Should I take VAZALORE with water?
You should take VAZALORE with a full glass of water. For more information, visit the individual product pages:
Should I swallow VAZALORE whole?
Yes, VAZALORE is intended only to be swallowed whole. Do not chew or dissolve the capsule in water. For more information on the directions, visit the individual product pages:
Is aspirin safe?
What are the US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) recommended guidelines on the use of aspirin?
It is important that you speak to your doctor before starting or stopping aspirin therapy or if you have any questions.The draft recommendations issued by the USPSTF pertain to the use of aspirin for the prevention of a first cardiovascular event, and do not pertain to those who have already had a cardiovascular event, such as a heart attack or clot-related stroke and are taking aspirin based on their doctor’s recommendation. Several years ago, the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association updated their recommendations to limit the use of aspirin in patients without established cardiovascular disease. Their recommendations, which are closely followed by cardiologists, state that aspirin is an established practice for the secondary prevention of a heart attack or clot-related stroke. Read the full PLx press release on the latest USPSTF draft guidelines.
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Consult your healthcare provider before using aspirin to help prevent another heart attack or clot-related stroke. Use as directed.