Some drugs cause bleeding when taken prior to surgery. Physicians are urged to advise patients to stop taking the following drugs 10 days prior to treatment and for one year after surgery.

Tylenol/acetaminophen is OK to use!

Advil
Bayer
Dasin
Encaprin
Magsal
Norgesic
Sine-Off
Aleve
BC Tabs
Diclofenac
Equagesic
Maprin
Neocylate
Salfex
Alka-Seltzer
Buf-Tabs
Diflusanal
Etodolac
Marnal
Nurpin
Salocol
Anacin
Buff-A
Dipyridamole
Excedrin
Major-cin
Orudis
Sulindac
Anaprox
Buffaprin
Disalcid
Feldene
Mejoral
Oruvail
Sulfinpyrazone
Anturane
Befferin
Doan's Pills
Fenoprofen
Measurin
Oxalid
Supac
Ansaid
Buffets II
Dolcin
Fiorinal
Meciomen
PAC
Synalgos
APAP Fort.
Buffex
Dolobid
Flurbiprofen
Mefenamic Acid
Pabalate
Tandearil
Argesic
Buffinol
Double-A
Gaysal-S
Methacin
Pabirin
Tenstan
Artha-G
Butalbital
Dristsan Sinus
Gemnisyn
Micrainin
Panedeine
Tisma
Artholate Reliever
Butal Comp.
Duoprin
Ibuprofen
Midol
Panodynes
Tolectin
Arthritis Pain Formula
Butazolidin
Duradyne
Indocin
Mobidin
Persantine
Toradol
Arthropan
Cama
Duragesic
Isollyl
Mobigesic
Piroxicam
Trigesic
Ascriptin
Carpon
Durasil
Ketoprofen
Momentum
Protension
Uracel S
Asper Buf
Celebrex
Dnosal
Ketorolac
Monogesic
Ponstel
Vanquish
Aspercin
Clinoril
Easprin
Lanorinal
Motrin
Relafen
Vioxx
Aspergum
Cope
Ecotrin
Lodine
Nabumetone
Rufen
Voltaren
Aspirin
Coricidin
Efficin
Lortab ASA
Nalfon
Sal-Fayne
Zorprin
Asproject
CP-2
Emagrin
Magan
Napreian
Salatin
Axotal
Cosprin
Empirin
Magnaprin
Naprosyn
Saleto

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