Anxiety states effect of Diclofenac

We have 330 consumer reports for Diclofenac. Anxiety states effect occurred in 2%.

Patients statistics on Anxiety states side effect for Diclofenac

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Average weight in Lbs
144.95
187.39

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
5′ 8″

Average age
50
63

Diclofenac Circle Diagram 6 consumers of 330 reported about Anxiety states

  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. Courtney A. Miller says:
    3.5 rating

    Because of an extremely painful and very unpleasant perianal thrombosis, my family doctor has prescribed diclofenac suppositories 100mg. After one day I halved the dose, ie. Suppositories cut in the middle because the side effects almost became psychedelic. I have not had any experience with this drug yet. To avoid misunderstandings, I would like to mention that I have taken no other meds, no drugs and no alcohol while taking. Here are my strange experiences with diclofenac suppositories 100mg My effects and side effects: – Completely painless within 30 minutes – The application is simple – Loss of appetite – Sadness disappeared – Calming – Euphoric – Sentimental – Diarrhea – Schlappi and tired – Insomnia (3 hrs max Sleep in a row) – Changed sense of time (slow motion) – Mild anxiety – Photosensitivity – Slight rash – Impaired appearance (blurred vision and slowed eye movements) I have now discontinued it after 4 1/2 days, because it scares me, really , Diclofenac is not psychotropic drugs, but a painkiller, why it has so strong psychological side effects?

  3. Jonathan O. Baxter says:
    3.0 rating

    Must warn everyone of long-term diclofenac intake. The doctor must continue to prescribe a stomach remedy. For me, this was not done, had attacks of jaw, could not eat more at night then increases the gastric acid in the lying state (reflux). Other consequences are intestinal problems. It is the cheapest pain preparation and unfortunately free on sale (no prescription) so the pain threshold for doctors is low to prescribe this. I was also not informed about side effects. For me, the use of diclofenac except the above described effects on the nerve center has effects – that is: anxiety, panic attacks, paranoia, insomnia over 17 months, suicidal intentions – was 6 months in psychiatric clinic. Healing not more possible, I am constantly in treatment and must take lifelong medication (bipolar disorder) So absolute NO-GO for Diclofenac!

  4. Cheryl L. Brown says:
    3.0 rating

    Diclofenac for Arthritis

    Blood pressure fluctuations (170/90, 99/55), permanent dizziness, anxiety, weakness, Panikatacken, loss of appetite, all side effects lasted about 6 weeks.

  5. Armida T. Tonn says:
    2.0 rating

    Diclofenac for Pain (back)

    Tingling sensations in the feet and hands, tearing all over the body, tachycardia, trembling, tightness in the breathing area with massive anxiety, loss of self-control with crying and hyperventilating. Calming by ambulance. Until half a year thereafter appearing gaze, muscle cold and stiffness of movement, after work first lethargically and stiffly rest on the sofa for 1 hour.