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Can Taking Aspirin On A Daily Basis Cause Me To Bruise Easily?

By Jan Doan

If whenever the weather shifts you sense the pressure change and get a headache , or you take aspirin to relieve the pain from a brisk workout, you are probably unaware that aspirin can have an affect on the way that you bruise. If you happen to look down and determine that you are now bruising more often, you’ll have to consider how aspirin might be affecting you.

First, here’s a look at why aspirin would cause you to bruise more easily than you normally would. Aspirin isn’t a blood thinner, but it acts like one in certain ways. One way that it acts like a blood thinner, is that it slows your blood from normal clotting. Blood that doesn’t clot will flow through your body a lot more easily, and quicker.

If you develop a wound from a slip, fall, or cut, doctors are now recommending that you take a painkiller other than aspirin. It’s important for a cut or wound to clot and to heal. Aspirin will work to prevent clotting, and the wound will bleed more than it normally would. So this is why aspirin isn’t always a good idea for wounds.

You can now readily see why using aspirin can become a cause for bruising easily. The result of a rupture in a blood vessel under the skin is a bruise. When the skin is not broken, the blood seeping from the ruptured vessel will pool beneath to the skin, creating those black and purple discolorations called bruises.

When more blood collects beneath the skin, the bruise will appear much more vivid. So, when you take aspirin, even a small bruise will look even worse than what it should.

If you are finding that you are bruising easily, then you’ll certainly want to do what you can to reduce bruising, or to stop the bruising in the first place. You can’t go around wearing certain clothes just because they might hide the bruises. That’s not a practical option all of the time. What you need is something that will prevent bruising altogether.

The first thing that you can do is to ask your doctor to give you something for pain that doesn’t make you so prone to easy bruising. Have him make some suggestions about pain killers besides aspirin. But make sure that whatever he suggests isn’t going to make you even more prone to bruising.

Next, you should begin following the Bruises Be Banned daily supplement program. This all natural product works internally to help reduce bruising easily, and will also help stop bruising completely. It also helps break down the pool of blood under you skin, so that the bruise goes away faster. By following the program like other people all over the world, you should soon see a difference in your tendency to bruise easily.

Jan Doan, the “Doctor of Bruiseology” is renowned as the one writer to have written an entire reference book on bruising, teaching people why they bruise, and how they can avoid bruising. You can obtain for yourself Part I of the new Desktop Reference Book on bruising causes free and learn the best way to get past the nightmares of easy bruising and how to prevent bruising

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Doan, Jan "Can Taking Aspirin On A Daily Basis Cause Me To Bruise Easily?." Can Taking Aspirin On A Daily Basis Cause Me To Bruise Easily?. 7 Oct. 2010. 17 May 2015 <>.

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Doan, J (2010, October 7). Can Taking Aspirin On A Daily Basis Cause Me To Bruise Easily?. Retrieved May 17, 2015, from

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Doan, Jan "Can Taking Aspirin On A Daily Basis Cause Me To Bruise Easily?"

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