Allergic reaction effect of Diclofenac

We have 330 consumer reports for Diclofenac. Allergic reaction effect occurred in 3%.

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Diclofenac Circle Diagram 11 consumers of 330 reported about Allergic reaction

  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. Delores M. Ayres says:
    2.0 rating

    Diclofenac for Arthritis

    About 10 hours after taking diclofenac, scalp and body itching, swelling of the joint and the face, heat in the body, circulatory collapse, respiratory distress, ambulance, intensive care unit later in der der Hautklinik for drug allergy test

  3. Clinton A. Smith says:
    3.5 rating

    After 20 minutes rash. Face swollen. Dizziness, red veil before the eyes. Drop in blood pressure. Diarrhea. Shortness of breath. Tongue swollen. Rescue service came and stabilized. Then brought to the emergency room. Think without treatment would have led to death

    Side effects: Allergic reaction
  4. Meagan G. Collins says:
    2.5 rating

    Diclofenac for Inflammation

    The drug was well tolerated in the past! Until the day when 3×1 tablets were taken because of inflammation. At night I got: itching, skin burning, water retention on the face on hands and feet, shortness of breath, rapid heartbeat, diarrhea, abdominal pain, vomiting, tinnitus, dizziness until just said anapylactic shock (anapylaxis). It was the highest Eisanbahn !! Absolutely let allergy test and have the passport always with it, so doctors and emergency medical professionals know! If not timely help, I allow myself to claim that this would have led to death.