What about side effects?

Stomach problems

Increased bleeding

Kidney problems

Stomach problems

The most common of these are stomach problems (both nausea and heartburn as well as irritation that can lead to bleeding), although choline magnesium trisalicylate (Trilisate) and salsalate (Disalcid) are far less likely to cause this.

NSAIDs should always be taken with food to reduce the chances of developing any of these problems.

If you have stomach problems but need NSAIDs to control pain, or if you have a high risk for this side effect, your doctors and nurses may recommend, misoprostol (also called Cytotec), a medicine sometimes used along with NSAIDs to prevent this side effect.

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