Does Ibuprofen Thin Your Blood?

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Ibuprofen can be responsible for thinning your blood if you use a lot of it. It has also been found to reverse the affects of aspirin on your body and the two should not be taken together.
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a long freakin time.
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It is said that a lack of vitamin k and high blood pressure can cause you to have thin blood. There are also certain pills out there that will cause you to have thin blood.
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Ibuprofen doesn't really 'thin' your blood. It reduces the 'stickiness' of platelets so your
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ibubrofen do not thin the blood that much. compared with aspirin, it's action on platelets is marginal and very short lived, it is well working vasodilator. ibuprofen half life in
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