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No: Although all 3 are non-steroidal anti inflammatory medications, they are also uniquely different chemicals. Neither of them contain the other medication. If you are allergic to Aspirin and nuprofen, you may have trouble taking voltaren (diclofenac) to. Consult your physician before taking. ...Read more
Diclofenac: Yes, your pcp can discuss it with you. ...Read more
I was taking voltaren (diclofenac) .75 for a muscle injury. Now apranax 550 is prescribed and doesn't seem so effective and I am drowsy. Is voltarem better?
Variable: It has been shown in research studies that there is no single anti-inflammatory medication that is superior to all the rest in regards to effectiveness. There has been noted to be significant variability in individual patient response to the various medications. Simply stated: if one anti-inflammatory doesn't work try another, you may have a completely different response. ...Read more
I went to a doctor for joint pain and she prescribed me voltaren (diclofenac) gel. I am allergic to this medication?
My grandmother and grandfather use voltaren (diclofenac) but recently my grandma has there anything similar, and with less side effects?
I fell pain on my legs on my legs , i used voltaren (diclofenac) crem but now is not working, can I take osteocare?
Osteocare: I would not take osteocare without supervision by a physician. This is not a generalized pain reliever and does contain calcium. Research is showing mixed results on calcium supplementation lately and physicians are increasingly becoming concerned that it may accelerate coronary artery disease. Bottom line: ask your doctor first. There may be better and safer alternatives. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My wife was prescibed voltaren (diclofenac) 100mg. She breastfeeds, so will this be a problem? Does "pumping and dumping" work to get voltaren (diclofenac) out after 8hrs?
Diclofenac is in a class of drugs known as nsaids (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs). Ibuprofen is also in this class. These drugs inhibit enzymes (cox 1 and cox 2) which are important in producing a prostaglandin e1. Prostaglandin e1 is responsible for producing inflammation ...Read more