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Is meclofenamate safe for long-term use?

Meclofenamate can increase your risk of stomach pain, ulcers, and stomach and intestinal bleeding. It can also increase your risk of heart attack or stroke. All of these risks may increase the longer you take the drug. If you have other risk factors, such as being in poor health, your risks are greater.

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