Gastrointestinal complaints effect of Diclofenac

We have 330 consumer reports for Diclofenac. Gastrointestinal complaints effect occurred in 1%.

Patients statistics on Gastrointestinal complaints side effect for Diclofenac

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Average weight in Lbs
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219.36

Average height in Ft
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6′

Average age
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52

Diclofenac Circle Diagram 4 consumers of 330 reported about Gastrointestinal complaints

  1. Leonard S. Lester says:
    3.0 rating

    Diclofenac for Hws + lws syndrome; Arthrosis

    For all medicines used interactions with each other. Such as stomach, intestinal complaints, edema pain especially at night while lying, so belching. Treatment with Riopan * and Nexium mups * 2x 2omgund Pantozol * 40mg.

  2. Edward C. Collins says:
    2.0 rating

    Nausea after the first capsule, mild stomach and intestinal complaints, mild diarrhea

  3. David B. Madison says:
    4.5 rating

    Have diclofenac 50 prescribed due to a tibia inflammation (tibial nerve syndrome). Have gotten severe stomach and intestinal complaints, even though I only took 1 tablet. Consequence: gastric mucosal inflammation + slight gastric tear (gastroscopy) and very severe intestinal complaints or pain in the intestinal area (since about 4 weeks). Accurate diagnosis or the extent of intestinal damage is yet to come, as a colonoscopy must be made (due to the strong and persistent symptoms). Must say that I have a lactose / fructose intolerance. Should not have taken the drug actually (package insert). Unfortunately, the doctor has not asked me about possible gastrointestinal problems or has not pointed out or explained about possible side effects. In retrospect, I have to say that the benefit-risk ratio is absolutely inappropriate or ridiculous. I would rather live my life with shin pains (have to endure) than having to go through those stomach / intestinal pain again. It would be possible that people without gastrointestinal problems can tolerate these drugs well (I can not judge). However, in gastrointestinal problems absolutely not recommended !!!

  4. 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.