Cataflam 50mg Vs Diclofenac Sodium 75mg

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Evelyn Says:
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I have inflammation in my back and was taking a pill called Cataflam 50mg but it does not work and still hurts. Can I take a cti 103 (Diclofenac Sodium 75mg) pill instead? Is Cataflam 50mg weaker than Diclofenac Sodium 75mg?


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David Says:

Hi Evenlyn,

Sorry to hear about your back condition. I hope you feel better soon! To answer your question, in short, yes, 50mg is weaker than 75mg. Cataflam is simply another brand name of Diclofenac; so it's pretty much the exact same thing at a different dosage, albeit the suffix is potassium with Cataflam instead of sodium as with the common/standard Diclofenac (& I'm not certain as to whether either mineral makes any notable difference in bioavailability/potency).

As to whether or not you can take 75mg instead of 50mg, that's entirely up to you and how your body responds to Diclofenac.

Hope this helps!

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