Voltaren for Tonsillectomy treatment

We have 245 consumer reports for treatment of Tonsillectomy with Voltaren. Tonsillectomy used in 2% of cases.

Patients statistics on Tonsillectomy for Voltaren

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
168.65
154.32

Average height in Ft
5′ 9″
5′ 9″

Average age
35
27

Voltaren Circle Diagram 4 consumers of 245 reported about Tonsillectomy

  1. Lauren R. Henderson says:
    2.5 rating

    Voltaren for Tonsillectomy

    After the almond op, Voltaren was prescribed to me and I reacted more than violently. Extreme pain in the mouth (as if I had swallowed coal) after 4 days dizziness and severe skin irritation and finally anaphylactic shock after 5 days. Heidewitzka … I would never take it again and again, above all the doctors said that the pain would be from the operation and in the end this medicine (if I had not thanked him for bleeding in the hospital) would almost have cost me my life .. ,

    Side effects: Dizziness
  2. Arleen N. Gorham says:
    4.5 rating

    Voltaren for Tonsillectomy

    The palatine tonsils were removed at the tender age of 34 years. I had terrible fear in the run-up, especially in front of the pain. That was totally covered. When I awoke from the anesthesia, I did not notice anything, since I was still well pumped from the operation. And then I got regular Voltaren dispersions. The pills have really helped wonderfully and relatively quickly. Already on the 3rd day after the operation I could eat a bread roll. No problem at all from the pain. Only the swelling made it a bit difficult, and the fact that fluids came out through the nose. But with enough peace of mind, you can quickly develop a suitable strategy. Personally, I tolerated Voltaren very well – even without a stomach protector had no problems. If I still had pain, I would only have had to turn to the nursing staff. I was told that nobody has to be in pain and that you can get something stronger if the original one does not work.

    Side effects: No side effects