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Thanks for your question.
Since when are you taking xarelto and the dosage? Did you have any investigations done recently? I am asking these questions since overdosage increases risk of bleeding.
In the usual dosage the risk of bleeding is low, and a second tablet taken accidentally should not cause any harm usually. However this depends on the individual and also on other medications that he/she is taking such as aspirin in your case which will interact with xarelto and increase the risk of bleeding. But in the normal circumstances taking the second xarelto in the standard dose should not increase the amount of risk and the risk of bleeding is still low and not sufficient to cause concern.
Therefore if you do have any symptoms such as bleeding gums, red to black, tarry stools, or red to dark brown urine, or vomiting of blood or material that looks like coffee grounds, then you need to consult your doctor or go to the emergency.