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Equate Arthricream Rub Trolamine Salicylate 10% intestinal b

I've used the Wal-Mart Arthricream Rub for some time and recently experienced massive intestinal bleeding and was hospitalized. The bleeding stopped when I wasn't using the Arthricream Rub but lat after I had been out of the hospital for a few months and was using the Arthricream again, I was hospitalized again with internal bleeding. This is annoying and appears to be dangerous to use.

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Trolamine Salicylate Cause Bleeding

Is trolamine salicylate a blood thinner? ## It is not a direct blood thinner, but it is a salt formed between Triethanolamine and Salicylic Acid, so it may have some blood thinning properties.

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my side effects/arthricream rub

i pulled a muscle in my chest and after several days of real intense pain even after taking tylenol, my wife suggested i go with a topical rub i picked up a tube of equate arthicream rub/pain relieving cream i chose that product because of the price as it contained the same amount of active ingredient 10% trolamine salicylate after awhile the pain did subside enough to allow me to go to work as a waiter, however, i started noticing a metalic like taste in my mouth and on my tongue it went away, however, the next day the same sensations with another application including a painful feeling on my throat like someone hit me across the adams apple my wife also used the product and experienced similar side effects i stopped using the product because the pain went away i would use it again as ...

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