in the fda alert which i copy/pasted in my original link, the fda does not include aspirin as increasing risk of stroke. however, if you take aspirin regularly (like a baby aspirin a day to thin your blood), and then you abruptly stop taking it, your risk of having a stroke in the following month goes up. dr bernstein also mentions this in one of his videos on youtube (diabetes university). my family doctor recommended that i start on taking a baby aspirin a day after seeing the plaque in my carotid arteries. after i found out about the increased stroke risk, even with regular intake of aspirin, i decided to make an appointment with a neurologist to see what my options are. if you take aspirin or NSAIDs regularly, research says there is a danger in abruptly stopping them. but how to best taper off them? dr bernstein mentioned in his video that he knows of no research pointing to how to taper off of aspirin gradually.
This article has information on the dangers of abruptly stopping aspirin and other NSAID therapy"
“Other research has supplied variations on Ferrari’s theme. For example, a study in the Archives of Internal Medicine in 2004 analyzed a huge database of British patients and concluded that people who stopped taking nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) were 50% more likely to have a heart attack during the month right after they quit than people who kept on taking their NSAIDs. The NSAIDs include ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin, other brands), naproxen (Aleve, Naprosyn, other brands), and several less familiar prescription drugs. The risk was especially high for people with rheumatoid arthritis or lupus.” https://www.health.harvard.edu/newsletter_article/Aspirin_Quitting_cold_turkey_could_be_dangerous
it seems the article is saying tha if you do take aspirin/other NSAIDs regularly, don’t just quit cold turkey.