Cataflam And Coveram 10/10

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Basil Says:


I am 64 very active and on coveram 10/10 sometimes I need to take cataflam.
My question: Can I take the coveram 10/10 in the morning and later in the day cataflam if I am injured, and trying to get over my injury mainly inflamation in the knee.

I had my cartlage on both knees removed the early years, and ocassionally it flares up
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Verwon Says:

Hello, Basil! How are you?

Actually, you need to check with your doctor, before taking Cataflam. It contains the nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory Diclofenac, which can sometimes cause fluid retention and elevated blood pressure as side effects, according to the FDA. Thus, it may not be safe for you to take, if you have high blood pressure or a cardiac condition.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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omana Says:
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I'm 60yrs my Bp is 170/110.Dr prescrib to take Covaram 10/10. Now my Bp morning 122/76 ,after take covaram my Bp is 111/74. Can I take covaram 5/5mg pls reply me Thanks.

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