Sweats effect of Arcoxia

We have 388 consumer reports for Arcoxia. Sweats effect occurred in 1%.

Patients statistics on Sweats side effect for Arcoxia


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Arcoxia Circle Diagram 4 consumers of 388 reported about Sweats

  1. John R. Presley says:
    3.5 rating

    Arcoxia for Arthrosis

    Arcoxia get due to incompatibility of diclofenac. Stomach problems occurred after 4 weeks. Forthcoming arthroscopy, examination for surgical ability. Increased blood pressure and heartbeat irregularities were noted. Never had problems with it. I’d rather endure the pain for a few more days and hope my heartbeat will normalize again. Side effects summarized: sweats, weight gain due to increased appetite, palpitations, palpitations to the neck, blurred vision

  2. Brenda B. Lower says:
    3.0 rating

    Arcoxia for Arthrosis

    Take Arcoxia 90 for about 15 months. Have since less pain in the hip. Fights but almost daily with shortness of breath, rapid heartbeat, sweats, upper abdominal pain and very strong Gewichtszunahme.Pro month 1kg in normal diet.

  3. Alexander P. Salamone says:
    4.5 rating

    Arcoxia for Arthrosis

    After taking Arcoxia for the first time, I had mild pain relief but had some serious side effects: insomnia, weight gain, nausea, itching in various places. After consultation with my doctor, he has prescribed to me Ostenil. Three syringes in the affected knee joint (for lubrication). The pain in the knee got worse – could hardly bend the knee, could not stand long. As a result, I started using Arcoxia again – 1 tablet daily. After three days, the knee pain was almost gone. I was able to make small hikes again and even cycle again. After a few days, despite the success, I dropped off Arcoxia again. The side effects had increased tremendously: unbearable stomach pain, sleep disorders, feeling of fullness, weight gain, sweating, itchy skin. Is that enough? Of course, now I’m curious how long I’ll go without the big knee pain and maybe now only Ostinil begins to work. I’m sure I’ll never take Arcoxia again, I’d rather endure the pain and the limitations of movement up to a probably not to be averted surgery.