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  • What are NSAIDs Used For?
  • Side Effects of NSAIDs
  • Possible Drug Interactions
  • Caffeine
  • Alcohol
  • Anti-Clotting Medication (Warfarin, etc)
  • Blood Pressure Medications (ACE inhibitors)
  • Diuretics
  • Lithium
  • Methotrexate
  • Anti-Depressants (SSRIs)
NSAID is an acronym for non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug. Alternate names include non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicines (NSAIMs) or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents (NSAIAs). They are a large class of drugs and include common prescription and over-the-counter drugs. Aspirin , ibuprofen , naproxen , and diclofenac are all examples of NSAIDs.

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    Studies have shown that people who take anti-inflammatory painkillers have a small but significant increase in the risk of developing a heart attack  or stroke . Although it can occur in anybody, the risk is mainly in people already known to have cardiovascular problems such as angina or peripheral arterial disease , and in the elderly. Perhaps the highest risk is in people who have previously had a heart attack. For example, one research study looked at people who had previously had a heart attack. The results showed a marked increase in the rate of a second heart attack in people who were taking an anti-inflammatory compared to those who were not.

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    Studies have shown that people who take anti-inflammatory painkillers have a small but significant increase in the risk of developing a heart attack  or stroke . Although it can occur in anybody, the risk is mainly in people already known to have cardiovascular problems such as angina or peripheral arterial disease , and in the elderly. Perhaps the highest risk is in people who have previously had a heart attack. For example, one research study looked at people who had previously had a heart attack. The results showed a marked increase in the rate of a second heart attack in people who were taking an anti-inflammatory compared to those who were not.

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