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Can I take NSAIDs if I'm being treated for high blood pressure?

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NSAIDs can raise blood pressure in some people. Some people with high blood pressure may have to stop taking NSAIDs if their blood pressure goes up even though they regularly take their blood pressure medications.

From: What Are NSAIDs for Arthritis? WebMD Medical Reference

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Arthritis Foundation.

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RxList.com.

Reviewed by David Zelman on December 22, 2016

SOURCES:

Arthritis Foundation.

FDA.

RxList.com.

Reviewed by David Zelman on December 22, 2016

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