Is it okay for patients with uncomplicated hypertension to take NSAIDs

Is it okay for patients with uncomplicated hypertension to take NSAIDs...ibuprofen, celecoxib, etc?

Many can...but you need to be careful.

On average, NSAIDs increase BP by around 5 mmHg in patients with hypertension...but some patients are more susceptible than others.

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