Stomach pain effect of Diclofenac

We have 330 consumer reports for Diclofenac. Stomach pain effect occurred in 12%.

Patients statistics on Stomach pain side effect for Diclofenac

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
164.7
173.06

Average height in Ft
5′ 5″
5′ 11″

Average age
45
43

Diclofenac Circle Diagram 38 consumers of 330 reported about Stomach pain

  1. Harry J. Dyer says:
    4.0 rating

    Diclofenac for Hüftschaden

    Because of my hip dislocation, I have repeatedly been prescribed by my old family doctor Dicofenac. Unfortunately, I always suffered from the usual side effects such as flatulence, diarrhea, stomach ache, and now and then a little dizziness and itchy skin. My new family doctor has prescribed me to Dicolfenac a stomach protection. Then the stomach ache, bloating and diarrhea were done. Conclusion: I can only recommend stomach protection

  2. 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.

  3. Margie H. Coker says:
    2.0 rating

    ibuprofen I could see well tolerated, but I had diclo and novalgin strong stomach problems. Hair loss then came to unfortunately, as well as novalgin dizziness has occurred. Unfortunately, only Novalgin gave me some relief, and the combination with additional ibuprofen (2 pieces )during the day

    Side effects: Hair loss; Dizziness; Stomach pain
  4. George L. White says:
    4.0 rating

    Have a tablet Diglo 75mg the evening after eating & amp; taken the next day after breakfast. After I was well all day and I had only moderate pain in the evening I went to bed as usual with the difference that I woke up in the morning at 5 o’clock with extreme stomach pain. The pain (as if the inners were pulled through the navel) was associated with cold sweat & amp; Nausea over 3 hours. After consulting my doc, I stopped taking the medicine and got a medicine to fix my stomach. I prefer to endure the pain in my shoulder as this again. HANDS OFF!

    Side effects: Cold sweat; Stomach pain; Nausea
  5. Rebecca E. Pollack says:
    3.0 rating

    Diclofenac for Tendinitis

    On the 3rd day of taking Diclofenac I got severe stomach and intestinal pain with cramps, diarrhea and depressive moods. As well as loss of appetite and headache. At night then still cold sweat! I do not recommend taking the tablets!

  6. Levi S. Gilcrease says:
    3.0 rating

    Diclofenac for Pain (back)

    After using the suppositories I had a stomach ache, a cloudy urine with blood in the urine, a strong urge to urinate even for a few drops.

    Side effects: Sweat; Stomach pain
  7. 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.

  8. Timothy E. Marin says:
    4.5 rating

    The first 4 days I have no complaints at 3 Diclofenac 50mg without stomach protection except nightmares. On the 5th day I had blood at the chair at about 18:00. At 00:00 there was still blood on the stool. Then it went directly to the ambulance in the hospital. These gave me an intravenous gastric protection and recommended intestinal or gastroscopy. This morning, the chair was without blood again. However, I still have a slight stomach ache and have looked for a new family doctor. He prescribed Pantozol 40mg tablets for me. Once the stomach and intestines have calmed I will have them examined. I will not take this poison again with stomach protection.

  9. Wade K. Diaz says:
    2.0 rating

    Diclofenac causes me stomach aches, intestinal collisions, convulsions and bleeding. Pain and inflammation-lowering effect on oral intake is not noticeable.

  10. Betty N. Bales says:
    4.0 rating

    After taking a total of 3 tablets the following side effects occur: Tearing abdominal and abdominal pain, blood in the stool, nausea, drowsiness, visual disturbances, circulatory weakness

  11. George A. Foster says:
    3.0 rating

    Diclofenac for Disc prolapse

    I was prescribed the tablets Voltaren Resinat with the active ingredient Diclofenac because of a very painful disc protrusion. The efficacy is good, but from the 4 day the first side effects came up: nausea, diarrhea, flatulence, headache, dizziness, drowsiness, occasional tinnitus. That was still somewhat to buy, but the side effects were much worse on the 5th day: very very severe stomach and intestinal pain about 5 hours at night, sweats, kidney pain, blurred vision (as if you had looked into the sun or in a bright light ) Chest pain, strong shaking, severe cold. After these complaints, the drug was discontinued immediately! I can recommend Voltaren Resinat only for a short dose, because after a few days very strong side effects have occurred. Today, on the 6th day in the morning, I am fortunate enough to have only mild bowel pain, but the day is still long … The pain due to my spinal disc protrusion is gone so far, if you come back I will go to the doctor, because the I will not take Votaren Resinat so fast!

  12. Viola M. Parker says:
    3.5 rating

    I took diclofenac because I had very severe pain due to a blockage in the thoracic spine. In the beginning, the pills helped very well. But after several days I had to take more than one tablet, because the effectiveness was already very quickly diminished. Unfortunately, there were also side effects such as dizziness, nausea, nausea, sweating (especially at night), constipation, stomach ache. Now I do not take the tablets for two days, but the side effects are still there. Especially the dizziness, nausea and stomach ache are still there. I stop taking these pills and advise everyone to check carefully if they need to take these pills. In any case, these should no longer be taken.

  13. 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.

  14. Ronnie J. Gilbert says:
    2.0 rating

    Stomach upset, suppresses hunger

    Side effects: Stomach pain