Fatigue effect of Diclofenac

We have 330 consumer reports for Diclofenac. Fatigue effect occurred in 11%.

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Diclofenac Circle Diagram 35 consumers of 330 reported about Fatigue

  1. Raymond L. Hinderliter says:
    3.0 rating

    Diclofenac for Muscle distortion; Pain (back)

    I took Diclofenac 1 x 2 Retardkapseln after breakfast and towards evening I got strong diarrhea, freezing, fatigue and felt totally uncomfortable.

    Side effects: Fatigue; Diarrhea
  2. Bryce J. Walker says:
    3.5 rating

    Diclofenac for Tonsillectomy

    Helps very well against pain and also the anti-inflammatory effect I can confirm. But during the entire intake period, I had to fight permanently with mild to moderate dizziness, sometimes with tachycardia or a permanently increased resting heart rate. In addition, there was a constant feeling of fatigue.

    Side effects: Palpitations; Dizziness; Fatigue
  3. Christine D. Dowd says:
    4.0 rating

    Diclofenac for Lumbago

    I always got a syringe in case of lumbago at Artzt. Sometimes Diclofenac helped quite well. But this time everything was different. The pain in the back did not really go away either. After the second injection I took Diclofenac 75mg. Once a day, at night, I suddenly had abdominal cramps and in 10 minutes with strong diarrhea later also blood in the stool. This also stops the next day. Fatigue and dizziness were also a side effect. I will never take it again.

    Side effects: Stomach cramps; Dizziness; Fatigue
  4. Karen R. Newton says:
    3.0 rating

    Metformin: watery diarrhea (since ingestion) Tiredness, listlessness Diclofenac: no effect or side effect to notice neither pain nor inflammation go back

    Side effects: Listlessness; Fatigue; Diarrhea
  5. James D. Sutton says:
    3.0 rating

    Diclofenac for Gout

    For pain in an acute gout attack only helps me Voltaren 50 Resinat. However, the side effects are serious. Headache, fatigue, mood low.

  6. Donna G. Toon says:
    5.0 rating

    Diclofenac for Inflammation

    I was prescribed Diclofenac 75SL prolonged-release tablets because of extensive inflammation around the wrist. The maximum dose was 150mg per day, divided into one intake in the morning and one in the evening. The drug was taken for 10 days without a break. In the first 2-3 days, I still felt relatively minor side effects: drowsiness, sometimes despite sufficient sleep, an increased feeling of fatigue; in addition stomach ache and a general malaise, which concerns the stomach. Thereafter, however, these symptoms worsened dramatically and I was about to stop taking the drug or try ibuprofen instead (which the doctor had suggested as an alternative). In addition, new, sometimes felt as severely restrictive side effects were added. Overall, the following symptoms appeared: severe stomach and intestinal cramps, constipation and diarrhea, flatulence, the constant feeling of having a lump in the throat, depressive moods, extreme irritability – as if you had too thin skin, headaches and pressure in the head, sometimes Nausea, slackness, hives. I would not take the drug a second time, especially as there seems to be more compatible alternatives.

  7. 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?

  8. Margie M. Snyder says:
    3.5 rating

    Diclofenac for Pain (acute)

    The first day went, although the pain did not improve. But should happen with delay. Shortly after taking the 2nd tablet – in the morning, 2nd day – I lost everything. I collapsed, was in pain everywhere, as if a truck had thundered over me, I became light incompatible. My brain hurt inside. I lost all hunger, could barely walk. Started terribly to shiver and freeze. Had sweat on the face, got a fever, was infinitely tired. Could not stop thinking. Forcibly saw all kinds of colors and pictures (like in a kaleidoscope). Got horrible nightmares. After 5 days I was able to eat a tiny bit of food for the first time. After 6 days I was able to make the first attempt for 15 minutes to get some fresh air. But then had to fight with extreme shortage of air and fixed circulatory collapse and sweating. After that I was so finished, because I had to sleep only at first. Still accompanied by severe headaches, facial and neck pain.

  9. Theresa D. Palmer says:
    3.5 rating

    Dizziness, headache, circulatory problems, blurred vision, fatigue, sweating (amplified at night), hives, palpitations, fatigue, partial drowsiness, diarrhea, flatulence, stomach ache = just about everything you can have at NW! Have the drug for pain in nerve narrowing with nerve root inflammation in the cervical spine area prescribed. Since the need was great and ibuprofen did not work, I bravely tried to take reduced to 1 in the evening with gastric preventive (Verordent were 75mg 1morgens, 1 evening which due to the strength of the NW did not work!) And more than 2 months. In the meantime it tries again and again to try alternatives (Novalgin, Paracetamol) to protect the heart. The orthopedic symptoms of the disease have remained somewhat reduced (a trigger point therapy with the physiotherapist team has been planned in the spinal canal at the nerve root) plus !: mentioned heart problems and fatigue, which is why I will have an ECG and a blood sample in the coming days Internists get. I hope liver and kidney values are in the green, and also the heart problems disappear again? This drug is in my opinion: rat poison and not necessarily! recommended.

  10. Joseph M. Rice says:
    3.0 rating

    Diclofenac for Fibromyalgia

    The side effects are high, although the benefit is questionable. Furthermore, I think everyone should take good care to take fentanyl. Trying to stop this, withdrawal symptoms appear. For my part, I will reduce all medication and would rather sit in a wheelchair. Unfortunately it is not possible to help me better in this day and age.

  11. Angela T. Reynolds says:
    2.0 rating

    despite Nexium: nausea; Fatigue; slight dizziness

    Side effects: Dizziness; Fatigue; Nausea
  12. Marge L. Pacheco says:
    3.5 rating

    Diclofenac for Disc prolapse

    After spraying and tablets first fatigue, nausea and later insomnia. In addition, hot, red cheeks and glassy eyes.

    Side effects: Insomnia; Fatigue; Nausea