Solprin is dispersible allowing it to be absorbed more quickly than plain aspirin to bring faster relief of pain and fever.
Solprin acts as a platelet aggregation inhibitor, but should only be used for this indication on medical advice.
Do not use Solprin dispersible tablets: if you have a stomach ulcer; in the last 3 months of pregnancy; if you are allergic to aspirin or anti-inflammatory medicines. Unless a doctor has told you to, don’t use Solprin dispersible tablets; for more than a few days at a time: with other medicines containing spirin or other anti-inflammatory medicines; if you have asthma; in children under 12 years of age; in children 12-16 years of age with or recovering from chicken pox, influenza or fever; during the first 6 months of pregnancy. See a doctor before taking Solprin dispersible tablets for thinning the blood or for your heart
Incorrect use could be harmful. Follow the directions for use. If symptoms persist, talk to your healthcare professional.