Vomit effect of Diclofenac

We have 330 consumer reports for Diclofenac. Vomit effect occurred in 4%.

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Diclofenac Circle Diagram 13 consumers of 330 reported about Vomit

  1. Glenn R. Musser says:
    3.0 rating

    Diclofenac for Pain (acute)

    Never again! Taken 2 times, after about 8 hours first side effects. The most severe abdominal pain and stomach cramps I’ve ever had. Vomiting and diarrhea without end! Cold sweat extreme.

  2. Jonathan O. Baxter says:
    3.0 rating

    Must warn everyone of long-term diclofenac intake. The doctor must continue to prescribe a stomach remedy. For me, this was not done, had attacks of jaw, could not eat more at night then increases the gastric acid in the lying state (reflux). Other consequences are intestinal problems. It is the cheapest pain preparation and unfortunately free on sale (no prescription) so the pain threshold for doctors is low to prescribe this. I was also not informed about side effects. For me, the use of diclofenac except the above described effects on the nerve center has effects – that is: anxiety, panic attacks, paranoia, insomnia over 17 months, suicidal intentions – was 6 months in psychiatric clinic. Healing not more possible, I am constantly in treatment and must take lifelong medication (bipolar disorder) So absolute NO-GO for Diclofenac!

  3. Angela A. Reams says:
    4.0 rating

    Diclofenac for A headache

    Since ASA and paracetamol have no effect on me, I have avoided pain with ibuprofen and Voltaren. I have had good experiences with both products. (after tonsillectomy about 4 years ago and two years ago with large-scale infection after insect bite including 2 operations.) Yesterday I took a Voltaren tablet because of headaches in the office. Approximately 1 hour after ingestion strong itching on the hands, the head and the abdomen. Diarrhea and vomiting and swelling of the face, hands and feet followed within 10 minutes. My circulation is then folded. I could not stand on my feet anymore, I had sweats and my blood pressure was 67/48, so that the called paramedic had difficulty finding a suitable vein for access. I was then given 250ml of prednisolone, 1 amp of ranitindine and 1 amp of fenistil. From that point on, the symptoms became thinner. The RTW then started chills. Then only sleep helped. I was released from hospital that same day. The only side effect in the afternoon after the discharge was a hunger for bears, which I first satisfied with a large portion of french fries and currywurst: o)

    Side effects: Swelling; Sweats; Itching; Vomit; Diarrhea
  4. 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.

  5. Tony E. Hartley says:
    3.0 rating

    Diclofenac for Pain (acute)

    Use in weeks of inflammation in the hip joint -Ohrensenen-circulation problems-nausea -Insiduals -Albträume -Schüttelfrost -Fieber stomach cramps -breaking