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  1. ... drink anything, except for clear fluids. These include water, clear broth, tea, and black coffee. Talk to your provider about any medicines you are taking. Certain medicines, especially aspirin and blood thinners , should not be taken before ...
  2. ... chicken pox or the flu and have taken aspirin to treat their illnesses. The cause of Reye ... the risk, children and teens should not take aspirin unless specifically recommended by your health care provider. ...
  3. ... inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as ibuprofen, naproxen, or aspirin More than 250 mg of vitamin C daily ...
  4. ... anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as ibuprofen and aspirin Other names: G6PD deficiency test, glucose-6-phosphate ... care provider will clean your baby's heel with alcohol and poke the heel with a small needle. ...
  5. ... instructed to not eat meat or take any aspirin-containing medicines for three days prior to your ... hepatitis C , excess iron intake, and/or heavy alcohol use. References American Porphyria Foundation [Internet]. Houston: American ...