If you take anti-inflammatory medications on a regular basis, you should have your primary care doctor run some blood tests every few months to make certain it is safe to stay on the medication.
If you take anti-inflammatory medications on a regular basis, you should have your primary care doctor run some blood tests every few months to make certain it is safe to stay on the medication. Richard Patterson Miami Herald file photo
If you take anti-inflammatory medications on a regular basis, you should have your primary care doctor run some blood tests every few months to make certain it is safe to stay on the medication. Richard Patterson Miami Herald file photo

Is it safe to take anti-inflammatory meds for a long time?

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