I can't say that, but I know, just from personal experience, that sometimes if you're already prone to bruising, that sometimes anti-inflammatories can cause you to bruise more easily than before. This has just been the experience with myself and my mother, though. I don't know how common of effect this is with people who take either non-steroidal anti-inflammatories or corticosteroid anti-inflammatories, though (though I believe it's more common when taking corticosteroids, though Celebrex is an NSAID.)
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