Diclofenac for Pain (chronic) treatment

We have 330 consumer reports for treatment of Pain (chronic) with Diclofenac. Pain (chronic) used in 3% of cases.

Patients statistics on Pain (chronic) for Diclofenac


Average weight in Lbs

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″

Average age

Diclofenac Circle Diagram 9 consumers of 330 reported about Pain (chronic)

  1. Otelia J. Bratcher says:
    2.0 rating

    Diclofenac for Pain (chronic)

    When, for the first time, the now chronic inflammation in the metatarsal / lower ankle occurred, I received diclofenac as well as injections into the joint. At first everything was in order, they also helped quite well. The pain was easier and we stopped diclofenac again. After 3 weeks, however, the pain came back and I took a diclofenac in the evening and then my hands were swollen, hot and itched like crazy. I kept them under cold water, which created relief. Then I felt very peculiar, breathing hard, my tongue itched and swollen something … and then I saw myself in the mirror … my face was so swollen, I hardly recognized myself! Then I finally called the ambulance and the (5 man; o) took me immediately. After a night in the hospital, u.A. with infusions, it was clear: even against diclofenac I allergic even with shock: o (

    Side effects: Allergic reaction
  2. Stanley M. Bob says:
    2.0 rating

    Diclofenac for Surgery; Pain (chronic)

    Ingestion – 1 tablet daily, occasionally 1 tablet every 2 days. Without these pills, I’m in a lot of pain, I’m glad they exist.

    Side effects: No side effects
  3. Rebecca N. Rogers says:
    4.0 rating

    Diclofenac for Pain (chronic)

    After about 3 months of use, I was one morning after the application bad. This, however, I led back to that I had eaten. Because the pain did not abate I took on the advice of my doctor another tablet ein.Verauf then nausea, Heat sensation, dizziness and finally I collapsed. Arms showed wheals.

    Side effects: Hot flashes; Dizziness; Nausea