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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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If your number is 8 and you primary put you

If your number is 8 and you primary put you on baby asprin daily but you have IBS, gastritis and acid reflux. Is it really a good idea? Never had heart problems but does run in family. My brother has had three clots two that went to his lungs in a matter of two years. I have constant gastrointestinal problems and worry about asprin.
Sat, 29 Sep 2018
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