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Aleve And Aspirin
No magic number: Long term use of alleve and/.Or Aspirin can lead to stomach ulcers, esophageal ulcers and a number of other bleeding problems. The serious consequences of these agents relates to bleeding thouhg drugs in this class (nsaids) can cause cardiac and kidney problems. Check with your physician regarding how long and how much you should be taking and are there any alternatives. ...Read more
See PCP re meds ?: Advil and Ibuprofen are the same thing so if you have a true allergy to the product then you cannot take an NSAID till cleared by an allergist. Aleve and Naproxen are the same product, they are also nsaids while Aspirin belongs to a different family of drugs and can also be used if deemed appropriate by your pcp. See your pcp to clarify as to what meds you can and cannot take. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Occasional bruise on leg , not large , goes away in timely manner .. Sometimes i take Aleve or aspirin. No nosebleeds, no prob with bleeding from cuts . Not sure where they come from . 43f. Worry?
Need a blood count: While sometimes aleve or Aspirin can cause bruising from minor bummps that you don't notice, you should go to your doctor or a clinic, where you can obtain a blood count, to be sure that your blood cells and platelets are normal and a test of blood clotting, to be sure that it is also normal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Take 1 20 mg Xarelto for A-fib, advised not to take 1 Aleve nightly for anti-inflammatory help. Aleve is not aspirin/antiplatelet so why?
Headache that started 10 mins after albuterol inhaler. 24 hours passed now and still no relief. Tried aleve,aspirin & tylenol. Caused by albuterol?
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