A member asked:

I had severe allergic reaction to bextra years ago. does that mean i would have similar reaction to diclofenac sodium?

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Dr. Al Hegab answered

Specializes in Allergy and Immunology

Possible: Same class, NSAIDs, you don't want to risk another reaction, which may or may not happen. If taking this drug is an absolute necessity, and there is no alternative, kindly seek an allergist/immunologist consultation, best wishes

Answered 8/10/2016

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