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Can medications affect my hemorrhaging disorder?

Certain medications should be avoided if you have a hemorrhaging disorder. Common over-the-counter pain medications such as salicylates, ibuprofen, and naproxen should not be used by someone with a hemorrhaging disorder. Other medications, such as those used as blood-thinners should also be avoided. Check with your Doctor or Pharmacist before taking any new not prescribed by your Doctor.

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