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What Is Voltarin Medication
Voltaren (diclofenac): without knowing what other medication you are taking - the question cannot be answered. ...Read more
I went to a doctor for joint pain and she prescribed me voltaren (diclofenac) gel. I am allergic to this medication?
What are you saying?: What is your question? Are you asking or stating that you are allergic to it? If you are, don't use it. If you are not, use it. If you are uncertain, speak with your doctor. ...Read more
Flu signs for 4 weeks. Mono-negative. Finished zinnat. Doc gave voltaren, (diclofenac) amoxycillin and flagyl. Red, Sore throat recurs after medication ends. Why?
Abscess?: For the purpose of this interaction, I'm assuming, by "flu symptoms" you mean fever, chills, fatigue etc. In my experience, recurring sore throat and "flu symptoms" could indicate an abscess which are kept under control, but not completely eradicated, by antibiotics. See your doctor again and, if necessary, get a referral to an Ear, Nose & Throat doctor. ...Read more
What are the below drugs used for? 1) famotab 20 tab; 2) voltaren (diclofenac) 50mg & 3) vit b1612? Thanks!
INTERESTING MIX: Famtab is Famotidine for ulcers or to reduce stomach acid. Voltaren is an non-steroidal antiinflammatory agent and B12 helps with a lot of things like anemia and nervous system. Vitamin b6 (pyridoxine) is required for the synthesis of the neurotransmitters serotonin and norepinephrine. And for myelin formation. ...Read more
What are alternatives drugs for a patient with chronic inflammation who is allergic to voltaren (diclofenac)?
NSAID allergy: Voltaren (diclofenac) is a member of the group of anti-inflammatory medications called non-steroidals. Some patients with reactions to these react to several of them, and some react only to a particular one. People who react to many can usually still receive a medication called trilisate or choline magnesium trisalicylate. It does not cross-react with Aspirin or other nsaids. Steroids can also be used. ...Read more
Diclofenac: Yes, your pcp can discuss it with you. ...Read more
Spasm. took 50 mg voltarin 3 hrs ago and 50 mg k-fenak about 2 hrs ago. cant get up off the bed not even for loo?
Spasm: I suggest a visit to your local UC clinic or ER: cannot be diagnosed online. ...Read more
Voltaren (diclofenac): “Use of VOLTAREN® GEL is contraindicated in patients with a known hypersensitivity to diclofenac. VOLTAREN® GEL should not be administered in patients who have experienced asthma, urticaria, or other allergic-type reactions after taking aspirin or other NSAIDs. Severe, rarely fatal, anaphylactic-like reactions to NSAIDs have been reported in such patients.. VOLTAREN® GEL is contraindicated in the ...Read more
Disclofenac SR or ER: Voltaren (diclofenac) is great for pain. There is a once daily version (diclofenac er 100), that provides good relief for up to 24hrs. The diclofenac sr ( 50 & 75mg) is taken twice daily, and has a more rapid absorption. Diclofenac is interesting in that blood levels dissipate more rapidly than levels in inflamed tissues. ...Read more
Different for reason: Different causes for pain will respond better. Voltaren is a non steroidal anti-inflammatory, muscle pain tend to respond well to it. Synaleve is a combination pain killer that works central in the brain( also muscle relaxant). They are sometimes co prescribed because of synergistic working in for instance back pain. ...Read more
No.: It is not too much, 50 mg is within a prescribed daily amount. Make sure that you take it with food in your stomach, to prevent stomach irritation. ...Read more
Unable to answer as:
There is no question to answer.
Either there is some part of the statement is missing, or has been forgotten.
If the son is an adult and has taken one tab daily, then no problems. If he's taken them together in one day, then there might be a problem.
I would suggest you talk with your pcp to get help for your son. ...Read more
If: You have normal liver function and are not prone to significant gastric upset or have a hypersensitivity to the drug you may only have some slight nausea, dyspepsia, possibly some diarrhea but should survive. Don't ingest any more non-steroidal anti-inflammatories for at least 72 hours. ...Read more
Won't hurt: But it won't help either---steroid creams are much better for this use. ...Read more
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