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Could I take a low dose aspirin in order to lower the hematocrit levels?

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Dr. Richard Orr
Surgery - Oncology
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In brief: No

The only way that Aspirin can lower hematocrit is by causing gastrointestinal bleeding.
Not a wise move.

In brief: No

The only way that Aspirin can lower hematocrit is by causing gastrointestinal bleeding.
Not a wise move.
Dr. Richard Orr
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Dr. Geoffrey Tyson
Pain Management

In brief: No

Taking low dose Aspirin probably wouldn't decrease your hematocrit, but why would you want to decrease your hematocrit?

In brief: No

Taking low dose Aspirin probably wouldn't decrease your hematocrit, but why would you want to decrease your hematocrit?
Dr. Geoffrey Tyson
Dr. Geoffrey Tyson
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