Diclofenac for Rheumatism treatment

We have 330 consumer reports for treatment of Rheumatism with Diclofenac. Rheumatism used in 2% of cases.

Patients statistics on Rheumatism for Diclofenac

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
180.78
165.35

Average height in Ft
5′ 8″
5′ 5″

Average age
43
58

Diclofenac Circle Diagram 6 consumers of 330 reported about Rheumatism

  1. Kim E. White says:
    4.0 rating

    Diclofenac for Rheumatism; Pain (joint)

    Get the diclofenac syringes for my rheumatic and joint pain. They help very well and already after 2 hours she starts to work. If you get the syringe from time to time, at most 3 in a row, the side effects are good to endure and not so bad. I get dizzy (but not always, depending on condition) with a bit of a headache. When I got the injections for 6 weeks, anxiety sets in, which disappeared after weaning after about 2 months.

  2. Scott D. Clark says:
    3.5 rating

    Diclofenac for Rheumatism; Pain (acute)

    I got these tablets from the orthopedist, without even 1st word that a stomach protection would be useful. Should take the maximum daily dose of 150mg. Shoulder pain is gone, but for me hellish stomach cramps that are almost unbearable. Chills and me is always very cold. The cramps are the worst pain that I experienced with my 38 years. In addition there is permanent diarrhea. My conclusion ….. I will never take you back!

    Side effects: Chills; Stomach cramps; Diarrhea
  3. Tammy C. Vogelsang says:
    4.0 rating

    Diclofenac for Gout; Rheumatism; Arthrosis; Pain (acute)

    In long-term use can cause liver and kidney damage. It should be checked regularly liver, blood and kidney values. It can also lead to edema (water formation in the arms and legs). It can also lead to sleep disorders and psychosis. Other side effects please refer to your leaflet !! Furthermore, one study found that the risk of heart attack increased by 24% when taking ibuprofen. When diclofenac was taken, there was an increase of even 55% … Reckless long-term prescriptions should be kept under constant control by your doctor !!! Unfortunately my doctor did not pay attention to this. So began a long random walk: had severe liver disease. Nearly 3 months (so weak that I could only lie), 40 degrees fever, Lymph swollen, High liver transaminases (3 Stellig, normal are 2 Stellig and then around 60 or 70). That was in 2003 and today I still have to fight high liver values. It was only through my own attention that I was able to point out to a professor that Diclofenac had been taken for a long time (almost 1.5 years). Because I informed myself about Diclofenac. No one came to the drug as a cause. And look there? The culprit was found. It was the long intake of diclofenac that caused the high levels of liver enzymes. So that soon everything went crazy in the body. So dear doctor, pay more attention to your patients! And dear patient, think and collaborate … or pay attention to your doctors MfG Anonymus, from experience 😉 P.S. I allow myself to claim that it can cause lasting damage. Also that it almost cost me the liver (so deadly). If the patient is not constantly under control …

    Side effects: Fever