Diclofenac (brand names include: Voltaren/Voveran/Voltarol/Voltarol SR/Voltarol Retard/Voltarol Rapid/Diclomax SR/Diclomax Retard/Motifene/Defenac/Diclofex/Diclozip/Dyloject/Fenactol/Flamrase/Flamatak/Econac/Rhumalgan SR/Rhumalgan XL/Volsaid SR) has a place with a gathering of meds known as non-steroidal calming drugs (NSAIDs).
Diclofenac comes as standard quality (50 mg) tablets and SR (slow discharge) 100 mg tablets.
Diclofenac soothes torment and decreases aggravation (expanding and redness) that may happen in the accompanying:
various kinds of joint inflammation including rheumatoid joint inflammation and osteoarthritis;
other agonizing conditions where growing is an issue, for example, back torment, stiffness, muscle strains, sprains and tendonitis (eg. tennis elbow);
menstrual spasms (period torment).
Diclofenac isn’t addictive.
Pursue the bearings for utilizing this drug gave by your PCP. Take Diclofenac precisely as coordinated.
Customary quality tablets:
Your primary care physician may begin your treatment with somewhere in the range of 50 to 150 mg for every day, contingent upon your circumstance. After the beginning times of treatment your primary care physician may change your dose.
SR (slow discharge) tablets:
The prescribed day by day portion of Diclofenac SR tablets is 75 mg – 150 mg.
Gulp down the tablets with a full glass of water. Try not to bite them.
Tell your primary care physician before taking Voltaren, if:
you are oversensitive to amy meds;
you have a ulcer (gastric or duodenal) or seeping from the stomach or gut;
you are pregnant or bosom nourishing.
Dynamic fixing: diclofenac sodium.