Can A Person Take Voltaren And Aleve Together

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chris Says:
My husband has had 5 way bypass. What are the dangers of Voltaren Aleve or heart medication if he take it at the same time

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Verwon Says:
Can you post back with the specific heart medications? I can't check any information on them, without knowing what they are, because there are many on the market.

As to the Aleve and Voltaren, no, they should not be used t the same time. Aleve contains Naproxen and Voltaren contains Diclofenac and these are both nonsteroidal anti-inflammatories that are used to treat the same conditions, so it is essentially doubling up on the medication.

Using them both at the same time will seriously increase the risk of some side effects, such as nausea, stomach irritation, ulcers and gastritis.

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Alex Says:
Voltaren Gel give me an allergic reaction. Can I take Aleve ?

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jean Says:
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I took an aleve this morning and apples volturan ex strength is this ok

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christopher Says:
THIS IS A VERY SAD STORY!! I experimented with three pain medications in early March of this year (Tennis elbow from a janitorial position): Aleve, Voltaren exrra strength and Kalaya. I waited about a day in between each medication.

TODAY: Almost totally dysfunctional in almost every aspect of life.

My great job, music gigs, 58 running medals, very strong libido, travelling on long rides, shopping and feeding myself, etc…do not mean anything now. At one point my kidneys were very bloated, my stomach bent inwards and I lost about 13 pounds in two days (after the voltaren). I NEED A MIRACLE!!

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