Palpitations effect of Diclofenac

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

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Diclofenac Circle Diagram 9 consumers of 330 reported about Palpitations

  1. Stephanie H. McManus says:
    3.0 rating

    Diclofenac for Muscle tenseness

    I applied the gel over a large area in the neck / neck area and on the thigh. After about 15 minutes, I got a dizziness was getting worse. In addition, tachycardia and diarrhea. Only after 4 hours did the symptoms disappear. So if incompatibility is also the gel with caution to enjoy!

    Side effects: Palpitations; Dizziness; 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. Ellen T. Sunseri says:
    4.5 rating

    Diclofenac for Surgery

    After getting nasal septum surgery Diclofenac in the hospital. Three days in the morning, at noon, in the evening after the meal. Everything was wonderful during the day, heart racing and restlessness every evening. No chance to fall asleep seven hours after taking it. However, it helps really well against the pain, but from tomorrow it will not take anymore.

    Side effects: Palpitations
  4. Kathleen K. Stone says:
    3.0 rating

    Diclofenac for Disc prolapse

    Side effects: nausea, flatulence, dizziness, trembling on tablet discontinuance, drowsiness, headache on tablet discontinuation, concentration problems, nightmares (if you take the tablet before going to bed), heart racing, tripping!

  5. 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.

  6. Stephanie R. Judd says:
    4.0 rating

    Diclofenac for Hws + lws syndrome

    1. diclofenac: after disc herniation and recurrent pain in the lumbar and cervical spine Diclonfenac i.m. received and tolerated easily. For some time now at home occasionally used for pain Dilofenac 75 Retard and also tolerated without problems. By being provided at the reception Diclo 50mg prescribed as a normal tablet. 3 hours after lunch (fish, crab and papadelle followed by a Diclo 50mg), the following symptoms were observed: palpitations, extreme itching all over, redness of the skin shortness of breath, red and swollen eyes and chills. Immediately to the doctor who gave me cortisone and an antihistamine i.v. splashed and kept me under control for half an hour and prescribed me more cortisone in tablet form and Fenistil drops for the day. For three four days, I had asthmatic complaints of exercise and stumbled over my own feet. Then again as before no complaints except for a slight shortness of breath. The doctor and I suspected an allergic reaction to the shellfish, as I had always tolerated Diclo so well, well three weeks later taking a Diclo 50mg in the morning because of unbearable pain in transition HWS / BWS with numbness right into the right hand. After lunch, the following symptoms appeared again: severe itching all over, red, itchy eyes, slight shortness of breath, redness of the skin, swollen fingers. After scraping a tibia bloody, I suspected that it might be more of a nuisance raid on the Diclo. After taking cortisone and Fenistil drops, the complaints sounded as much as possible. I am now sure that both times it is a rally on the Diclofenc, because it is the only commonality in both incidents. 2. Ibuprofen Because of severe toothache in the pharmacy ibuprofen (over-the-counter) get recommended. After taking 2, 3 tablets, the following symptoms occurred: swelling of the face beyond recognition (moon face), shortness of breath, panic attacks. Treatment was also given with cortisone and antihistamine.

  7. 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.

  8. Traci K. Thornhill says:
    3.5 rating

    Diclofenac for Pain (acute)

    Blood pressure higher, to 140/95 otherwise usually under 120/80, tachycardia, tightness in the chest – help I can not sleep at night and am completely restless. Pulse fluctuates, at the first measurement 91, at further measurement 76.

    Side effects: Palpitations