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Is aspirin contraindicated in basedow disease?

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Dr. Kathleen Hands
Internal Medicine - Endocrinology

In brief: No

Providing you do not have a contraindication to using asa, it can be taken with graves disease.
Let your doctor know as it may interfere with blood tests. Also the treatment for graves is a medication that can effect white blood cells. Asa can cause bleeding and decrease number of red blood cells. So no interaction.

In brief: No

Providing you do not have a contraindication to using asa, it can be taken with graves disease.
Let your doctor know as it may interfere with blood tests. Also the treatment for graves is a medication that can effect white blood cells. Asa can cause bleeding and decrease number of red blood cells. So no interaction.
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