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diclofenac dosage form

Why is diclofenac 50 mg in tablet form while diclofenac 75 mg is in capsule form? ## No specific reason, it is up to the manufacturer and the way they formulate their medication. The NIH lists the typical side effects of this medication as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased risk of bleeding, and stomach irritation. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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diclofenac 50 mg

Hi, I am taking diclofenac 50mg once a day (night) for about 3 months. Is it alright if I continue to take it at this dose for another month before I see my specialist again? Will it cause me any harm? If I don't take it daily, it will cause me unbearable pain the whole day. By the way, I'm taking it for my rheumatoid arthritis and I am 32 years old, female with no other medical history. ## This is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that is used to treat pain, fever, and inflammation. The FDA warns that it may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, increased risk of bleeding, and stomach irritation. Has your specialist told you to keep taking it? It is always best to follow your doctor's instructions. There is a risk of liver and stomach damage, if it is take... ...

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Diclofenac 75 Mg

i am taking 75mg of diclofenac twice a day. How safe is this drug. the internet says it is the most dangerous of all nsaids. Is this true at this dosage? ## Hi Roger, From what I could gather, the usual adult dose of Diclofenac ranges from 25-50 mg orally 3 to 4 times a day or 75 mg orally twice a day. Diclofenac Extended-release dosages are usually administered at 100 mg orally once a day. A number of webpages also make a point of mentioning that the maximum daily dose of Diclofenac is: 225 mg; or 200 mg if you're taking the extended release version. In my opinion, 75mg twice daily (150 mg total daily dose) should be fine for most individuals. However, dangerous side effects can happen with any drug depending the person. It's probably not something you'd want to take long t... ...

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diclofenac 75mg

I take diclofenac 75mgs DR tablet, it says to take one twice a day. I was wondering if I can take one three times a day? I don't want to go over the maxium dose, so is it ok to take 225mgs of diclofenac dr tablet a day? ## Hello, Ashley! How are you? If the instructions say just twice a day, then you should only take it twice a day, unless your doctor has told you to do otherwise. Diclofenac is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, so taking to much of it could cause stomach bleeding, stomach ulceration, liver damage or liver failure. Learn more Diclofenac details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ## My Dr has ordered 75 mg x3 aday..Ive been doing it for 5 months no side effectd ...

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diclofenac sodium cr

arthritis pain ## how often can i take diclofenac 50mg, maximum dosage within a 24 hr. period? is it okay to take it with just milk? works ok but sometimes relief lasts only 2-3 hours.J-Boy ...

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diclofenaco nediclon

pain ## I have a case of GOUT..I was given a Rx for Diclofenaco (100mg) ans also a Rx for Nediclon (diclofenaco) 100mg...I don't know the daily dosage for these 2 drugs...I'm 61 years old...I took these before and it cleared up my gout attack in 3 days...can someone advie as to what the breakdown is for these 2 Rx drugs...thankyou, Glenn ## If you received a prescription then you must follow the dosing schedule as given on the prescription from your doctor. If you have trouble understanding it, then please speak to your doctor or pharmacist. ## from what i undestand, gout is largely trigged by what you eat - like pork, or asparagus or mushrooms. If it bothers you that bad, google a list a foods that increase uric acid and that should help. ...

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Can I take the Diclofenac

On Monday night I forgot to take my diclofenac at 5:00pm and remembered it at 11:00pm that night. I usually take it at 5:00am and 5:00 pm. I was wondering if I can go ahead and take the pill at 5:00am Tuesday morning? I don't want to take it too soon, but I want to stay on schedule. ## Hello, Phyllis! How are you? Unless your doctor instructs you otherwise, the FDA dosing guidelines tell you to just resume your regular dosing schedule, unless it's almost time for your next dose, then you should just skip the missed one. The typical side effects for this medication as listed as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased risk of bleeding and stomach irritation. Is there anything else I can help with? ...

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Tappering off diclofenac

I am taking diclofenac and was wondering how long is safe to take it (75 mg twice a day) and when I am ready to stop taking it - is there a way the dosage is supposed to be decreased over time? ## In regards to medications like Diclofenac, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, there is no set time limit that is safe to take them. Long-term use may cause damage or failure of the liver, or ulceration of the stomach, but there is no way to know if it will happen to any given person undergoing treatment. And no, it isn't addictive like opiates, so a tapering usually isn't needed, though if someone has been taking it for awhile, they may experience some minor rebound effects. Learn more Diclofenac details here. Are there any other questions or comments? ...

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diclofenac 75mg 2 times a day

My doctor prescribed me this because I might have a tear in my meniscus. Diclofenac 75mg -2 times a day. My question is do I have to space it out by exactly 12 hours ? Or is it just a general idea? How serious would it be if I took it 8-9 hours later instead? Like say I was on my way to bed but messed up my morning dose time . Do I wait until the next morning ? ## Hello Kris, I hope you are having a wonderful day. First I want to ask exactly what the instructions on your medication states. If it says to administer your medication twice a day but does not specify a time frame then you may be able to take it 8-9 hours apart. If it does say specifically on the administration medication that you should take them 12 hours apart I would suggest doing so, or at least as close to that time fram... ...

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Clonafec 100 mg Diclofenaco

Can Volfenac and/or Clonafec be used for arthritis? If not, what do you recommend? thank you ## @busdriver, Diclofenac is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication that reportedly works by stopping the production of a substance in the body that causes inflammation/pain... So in that respect it should help with certain conditions such as arthritis. NOTE: Just to confirm, clonafec and volfenac are simply other brand names for Diclofenac. Is there anything else I can help you with? ## Is it also good for heel spur pain and swelling in the foot? ## Dose Diclofenaco work? Where do I get it? ## I cannot say which foreign brands of Diclofenac work as well as the domestic ones, but if the ingredients are of a sufficient quality then they should be effective at treating pain and inflammation.... ...

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diclofenac and naproxen together

I was on 35mc/hrt Transdermal patches. My gp has told me I'm to be taken off the patches and use co codamol at highest dose he can give as well as diclofenac at the highest daily dose. I have osteoarthritis in my top part of my neck and my last 5 discs are slowly coming together. I also take 1000mg of naproxin daily as well as 30mg Amitriptyline per day. And I'm still experienceing chronic pain. ...

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Taking Bisoprolol and Diclofenac

Can you take anti-inflammatory pills (Diclofenac) whilst on Bisoprolol Fumerate pills? ## I am taking norvasc 5mg for a long time (about 10 years) for treating hypertension. Sometimes, when I found my B.P. is somewhat high, I used 2.5 mg indapamide at morning. This treatment is working till ONE week ago. I always found a high B.P., I raised norvasc dose into 2 tablets 5mg, one at morning and one at night. It works till yesterday and My B.P. IS SHOOTING AGAIN. My question is can I take CONCOR 5 mg tab. once a day instead, taking into consideration I had an old history of allergic bronchitis? Thanks ...

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diclofenac na 75mg ec tab side effects

can this medication cause hilousinations? ## Diclofenac is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that's used to treat pain, fever and swelling. So no, it shouldn't cause hallucinations, that's not a normal side effect, those would be things like nausea, headache, dizziness and stomach irritation. However, it could possibly occur if someone was having an odd reaction to it, or if they took extremely high dosages and were in active overdose. Learn more Diclofenac details here. ...

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Diclofenac 75mg Dr Tab And Amlodipine

I am a 56 year old male, I take an 82 mg asprin and 5 mg amlodipine for blood pressure dailey. I take fish olil capsels most days and about 5 mg of a genaric cialis a few days ago. I was prescribed two 75 mg dicolfenac-dr a day as an anti-inflamator. After 5 to 7 days I have pain in my kidney area, sever in certain possitions , especially laying down. Any suggestions what I should do, I stopped taking the dicolfenac-dr. ## Have you consulted your doctor? According to the available interaction information, there shouldn't be any severe issues with taking the low-dose aspirin and the Diclofenac, but it is still always possible for them to cause issues in certain people. Since they are both NSAIDs and can irritate the stomach and increase the production of stomach acid, you may have de... ...

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Cataflam 50mg vs Diclofenac Sodium 75mg

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? ## 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 yo... ...

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Diclofenac Sod 75mg Ec Doesn't Give Me 12 hr. Coverage

I have been taking diclofenac sod 75 mg ec tab twice a day for about a month, for arthritis in my ankle. It helps early in the day, but does not last until the next pill is due. Same with the one I take in the evening, and when I get up in the morning I can barely walk. Is it possible for these to be prescribed 3 times per day, or would the 100 mg. give me longer coverage, or ? ? ?. I'd appreciate your help. Thanks ## Have you discussed this with your doctor? Diclofenac is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory and a higher dose won't necessarily give you a longer time of efficacy, but from what I am reading some people with Arthritis do take it up to 3 times a day, as long as they don't go over 200mgs daily. You may want to discuss it with your doctor, because a 50mg dosage taken... ...

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Can you take Tylenol with diclofenac sod 100 mg sa tab?

Can you take Tylenol with Diclofenac sod 100mg to relieve lower back pain? ## From what I could gather, there are no drug interactions or contraindications listed between Tylenol and Diclofenac. So based on that information, you should be fine taking the two together without experiencing any such complications. The main concern with Tylenol (acetaminophen) in my honest opinion, is just staying within safe dosing limits, due to it's notorious reputation for causing liver damage at higher doses and/or when taken for a prolonged period of time. I hope this info helps. Get well soon! ## i am taking nexito forte is it any indication in blood result such as show hepetitise ## My Dr. said that taking a diclofenac and one tylenol and the same time boosts the pain relief. Anyone know anythin... ...

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Diclofenac Potassium intramuscular injection Advantage

Iwant to know what is the Diclofenac Potassium intramuscular injection Advantage with references ## Diclofenac potassium presents as oral dosage form only, there is no I.M solutions from it.. IM Voltaren®(diclofenac sodium) is more effective in acute pain relief compared with PO Cataflam (diclofenac potassium) fmshk.org/journal/hkjem/v11n02-001.htm ...

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Trypsin Bromelain Rutoside Trihydrate Diclofenac Tablets

Kindly provide the brand name and label claim for Trypsin Bromelain Rutoside Trihydrate Diclofenac Tablets, Thanks ## There is a product made by APOR PHARMA and the brand name is REVOZYME FORTE tabs costing 10T 299.08 ## Youmay contact , Apor Pharma, Mr. Dinesh Dhiman 103, CHALLENGER 1, THUKUR VILL. SCHEME, KANDIVALI EAST, Mumbai - 400101, Maharashtra, India Ph Mr. Dinesh Dhiman Ph 918059780001 SYTXB ## Please provide the use/effect of trypsin bromelain, rutoside trihydrate & diclofenac sodium tablets. ## Please give me information regarding doses of tab revozyme forte in paediatric patient ## Enzoflam-SV ## Trybr-D tabs are combined with Trypsin Bromelain Rutoside and Diclofenac sodium. Product is of Indico Remedies India... ## Take ' Disencher ' its a dispersible form of t... ...

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What Is The Difference Between Diclofenac Dr 75mg Tab And Potassium 50mg

what is the difference between diclofenac dr 75mg tab and diclofenac potassium 50mg tab? ## They are both Diclofenac Potassiume, however, the dosage is clearly difference and the DR means that the 75mg one is delayed released, so the medication is slowly released, after you take it, rather than being released all at once. This is an NSAID, so it may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach irritation. Learn more: Are there any other questions? ...

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