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Bruises on legs, blood in semen. Taking oxiconton for Ankelosis Spondylitis, BP medication. Treatment?

I have many brusings on my legs with a lot of pain. It is not from any damage done to my legs.As well, my seamen has also blood in it. For years, in fact for more than 10 years, I m taking Oxiconton for my Ankelosis Spondilities, could this be a cause? What should I do? Unfortunately, my family doctor for 35 years, retired two years ago and my new doctor wants to get me an x-re. I m 67 years old and also take blood pressure medication . Thank you for an honest answer!
Asked On : Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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Oxycodone can cause thrombocytopenia (decreased platelets in the blood; platelets help in coagulation of the blood and stop bleeding), especially in patients taking medication for Hypertension.
It is highly recommended that you go to the closest hospital as soon as possible for further blood work.
Answered: Thu, 17 Oct 2013
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