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Dr. Marvin Den
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Halfprin (Definition)

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Blood in solid stool (light pink), nausea, headache, stomach cramps. No IBS, no hemroid, no diverticulitis, no constipation, no aspirin/ibuprofen.

Blood in solid stool (light pink), nausea, headache, stomach cramps. No IBS, no hemroid, no diverticulitis, no constipation, no aspirin/ibuprofen.

Could still B intern: -hemorrhoid so, best 2 have it checked out. Usually if blood is from higher up in the GI tract it's black. Still I would B evaled. ...Read more

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I had to stop my aspirin for surgery on tuesday. Is there such thing as aspirin withdrawl? Because I have been constipated since i stopped.

Not perfect: Aspirin is not addicting nor can cause physical or physiologic dependence. Withdrawals anyway would cause more diarrhea than constipation due to hyperactivity. Eat more fibers. I don't see calcium channel blockers for hypertension in your medicines which can cause constipation. ...Read more

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Stomach pains after taking baby asprin and bystolic (nebivolol) for several months. Now causing constipation anything I can do?

Stomach pains after taking baby asprin and bystolic (nebivolol) for several months. Now causing constipation anything I can do?

See your physician: Take Aspirin on full stomach. Constipation is an unusual side effect for the medications listed. See your physician to discuss further. ...Read more

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Does aspirin cause kidney damage?

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Does aspirin cause kidney damage?

Low risk: Aspirin has a rare chance of causing kidney damage; you are likely thinking of the other nsaids, like Ibuprofen or naproxen, that have been associated with kidney damage with high doses. ...Read more

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Can ecotrin (aspirin) cause abortion?

Can ecotrin (aspirin) cause abortion?

It's a NSAID: Ecotrin (aspirin) is enteric-coated Aspirin (which means it just doesn't disolve in your stomach). It might be causing increased bleeding around the time of menstruation. Get a pregnancy test if you have missed a period or had an unusual one. Aspirin should not be taken during pregnancy. ...Read more

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Constipation (Definition)

Constipation is difficulty passing ...Read more