Possible Side Effects Of Using Flexocam 15mg + Voltaren

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Rene Naidoo Says:


For a over 70 year old female: can they use Flexocam 15mg with any other high blood tablets?



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Verwon Says:

Neither the Flexocam, nor the Voltaren are blood pressure tablets. The Flexocam contains Meloxicam and the Voltaren contains Diclofenac, both of which are types of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications.

Learn more Flexocam details here.

Learn more Diclofenac details here.

And as to using them with blood pressure medications, there are some that are problematic, because the NSAIDs can reduce their effectiveness, which may cause dangerous elevations in blood pressure.

If your doctor does want you to use them, the dosage of your blood pressure medication(s) may need to be adjusted accordingly.

What specific blood pressure medications do you take?

If you can post back with more information, I will gladly check for you to see if they are in the group that is affect by NSAIDs.

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Charmaine Says:

Using flexocam with pritor. Is it dangerous?

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Janet in South Africa Says:

I am a 62yo woman with CHF & was recently prescribed Flexocam 15mg tablets & also injected with Diclofenac 75mg 3ml injections 3 times within a week & reacted badly by almost having a heart attack. If hadn't had Nitro Glycerin tablets handy, I would have died! I simply had a tooth infection & expected the injection to be an antibiotic but GP, knowing my full medical history, injected prescribed this himself!

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