So I have been doing low dose (50mg) aspirin for a while because of the alleged benefits.
I have also been suffering a rather bad form of IBS for a while. As you may know the gut is a large serotonin producer and has a lot of neural pathways up the body to the brain which is why you can get referred pain anywhere from the bowels up. I was having really bad referred pain in my abdomen and head.
I ran out of aspirin and the chemist was out. Like a lazy arse I left chasing it a few days. When I went in, they only had 75mg. I was hesitant to take that until I did more research as I did not know if that higher dose had any risks.
I noticed in the last few days, my IBS referred pain has subsided - a lot.
A light went off in my head - was I intolerant to aspirin? The evidence suggests this may be the case.
I am going to leave off aspirion for a while to see how things go and maybe go to ginger capsules as they have a similar effect.
So my point after all this rambling is that if you are getting any side effects in your body and are taking supplements, you may want to consider an elimination test to see if removing something improves things.
If it does, then look for something else as an alternative.
It goes without saying this should not be done for prescribed treatment!!
I hope this helps.