3. Hematologic effects: aplastic anemia, pure red cell aplasia, thrombocytopenia, neutropenia—rare; reported with most NSAIDs (phenylbutazone removed from the market due to its association with hematologic effects).
6. Aseptic meningitis (especially SLE patients)—ibuprofen, other NSAIDs less commonly.
Other NSAIDs have been associated with CNS effects without aseptic meningitis: headaches, dizziness, loss of concentration, depersonalization, tremor, and psychosis have been described in patients taking indomethacin and, to a lesser extent, tolmetin.
7. Small bowel webs—most NSAIDs, particularly piroxicam.
8. Sulfa allergy—celecoxib.
9. Kidney stones—sulindac.
10. Reversible infertility due to interference with ovulation and implantation.