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Dosage Package Price per pill, $ Price, $ Buy
100mgX30 30 0.55 16.50
100mgX60 60 0.44 26.40
100mgX90 90 0.39 35.10
100mgX120 120 0.35 42.00
100mgX180 180 0.32 57.60
100mgX360 360 0.29 104.40
50mgX10 10 0.39 3.90
50mgX30 30 0.31 9.30
50mgX60 60 0.28 16.80
50mgX90 90 0.25 22.50
50mgX120 120 0.23 27.60
50mgX180 180 0.20 36.00
50mgX360 360 0.19 68.40
100mgX30 30 0.59 17.70
100mgX60 60 0.47 28.20
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Without a Prescription

Voltaren is a medicine also widely known as Diclofenac. Voltaren belongs to a class of medicines called NSAIDs (or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medicines). Like most NSAIDs, Diclofenac reduces the number of hormones that are known to sometimes cause pain and inflammation. These two symptoms can be caused by ankylosing spondylitis or by arthritis.
Voltaren is a drug that is prescribed in the treatment of some bothersome symptoms (such as pain and swelling). However, Voltaren can also be prescribed for other purposes that have not been mentioned here.

Contraindications

A treatment with Voltaren might increase the patient's risk of dangerous circulations or heart disorders (this includes stroke and heart attack). Taking the drug for a prolonged period of time can increase this risk. You should not take Diclofenac before or after a heart bypass surgery (coronary artery bypass graft).
Taking Voltaren is known to increase the patient's risk of serious intestines or stomach side effects (these include perforation and bleeding). Such conditions are sometimes lethal and they can sometimes occur without a warning during a treatment with an NSAID drug. Elderly patients are more prone to experiencing such disorders.
You should not start taking Voltaren if you are allergic to Voltaren or to any other NSAID. Before you start a treatment with Voltaren you must inform your personal physician if you have:
- A blood clotting or a bleeding disorder;
- A history of stomach bleeding or stomach ulcers;
- A history of stroke, heart attack, or blood clot;
- Asthma;
- High blood pressure, congestive heart failure or any other heart disease;
- If you are a smoker;
- Kidney or liver disease;
- Nose polyps;

If you are suffering from any of the conditions that have been listed here, you may not be allowed to start taking Voltaren or you may need to take in a lower dose of Voltaren. Your doctor should monitor you intake of Voltaren to see how your body reacts during the treatment.
Voltaren is a category C FDA pregnancy drug. Therefore, taking Voltaren during pregnancy could harm a growing fetus. If you are pregnant, or if you are planning to be so soon, you should ask for a doctor's opinion before you start taking Voltaren.
It has been made clear that Voltaren can and does pass into breastmilk. If you are nursing an infant, you should ask your personal physician if it is safe to take Voltaren. You should ask for a pediatrician's advice before you start giving Voltaren to a child.
During your treatment with Voltaren, you should avoid drinking alcohol. You should store Voltaren away from, heat, moisture and direct sunlight. Keep Voltaren away from children's reach.

Intake Guidelines

Ask your doctor how and for how long you should take Voltaren. You should not disobey any of the instructions (advices) that your doctor has given you. You can also rely on the instructions that should be written on the drug's package. If you do not understand some of these instructions, you should ask a nurse, a doctor or a pharmacist for further explanations.
In most of the cases, Voltaren is prescribed in its tablet form, but there are cases in which it can be prescribed as suppository. The tablets are taken with a glass of water, and after taking it, it is important not to lie down for about 20 minutes. Also important is to swallow the tablet whole, without crushing, chewing or breaking it, because it is specially designed to release the medicine slowly. The suppository form of Voltaren is inserted up into the rectum, after removing the foil that wraps it. This procedure has to be performed while the patient is lying down on one side, after the suppository has been moistened with cold water. After it has been inserted, it must be left there for at least one hour in order to be fully absorbed. For more information about the intake guidelines of the medicine you can contact your personal health care provider.
If you have to switch Voltaren brands, you might need dosage adjustments. Ask your doctor for further information.

Dosage

Ask your personal physician to tell you the dose of Voltaren that you should take in during your treatment. You must not alter the dose that he or she prescribes you in any way.

Overdose

The average symptoms of an overdose with Diclofenac usually include vomiting, nausea, drowsiness, stomach pain, bloody or black stools, coughing up blood, fainting, shallow breathing, or coma. If you think you are suffering from an overdose with Voltaren, you are probably in need for immediate medical care. You should contact your local poison control centre as soon as you can.

Missed Dose

In order to get the best results from your intake of Voltaren, you must do your best and try to take Voltaren regularly. If you happen to miss a dose of Voltaren, you should take it as soon as you recall. If it is about time for another dose, skip the pill (or pills) of Voltaren that you have missed and continue with your regular dosing schedule.

Side Effects

Some of Voltaren's severe side effects are:
- Black, tarry or bloody stools;
- Bruising, numbness, muscle weakness, severe tingling, pain;
- Chest pain, breath shortness, weakness, vision or balance problems, slurred speech;
- Fever, headache, sore throat, skin rash, blistering or peeling;
- Less urine or no urine at all;
- Nausea, low fever, stomach pain, jaundice, clay-colored stools, loss of appetite, dark urine;
- Neck stiffness, purple skin spots, chills, increased sensitivity to light, seizure (convulsions);
- Rapid weight gain;
- Swelling;

Other less severe Voltaren side effects are:
- Blurred vision;
- Dizziness, nervousness, headache;
- Gas, bloating;
- Skin rash or itching;
- Upset stomach, stomach pain, mild heartburn, constipation, diarrhea;

Other side effects that have not been listed here can occur. Alert your physician immediately if you experience anything bothersome or abnormal during your treatment with Voltaren.

Interactions

Avoid taking these drugs during your treatment with Voltaren:
- Cyclosporine;
- Diuretics;
- Lithium;
- Methotrexate;
- Nsaids;
- Steroids;
- Warfarin (coumadin);

Other Brand Names

In some countries Voltaren may also be known as:
- Agilomed;
- Algefit;
- Ana-Flex;
- Arthrotec;
- Artren;
- Augelit;
- Bel-Gel;
- Benevran;
- Biofenac;
- Cataflam;
- Cataflex;
- Catalgem;
- Cinaflan;
- Clofaren;
- Clofen;
- Clofenak;
- Clofenid;
- Clonac;
- Dedolor;
- Deflamat;
- Deflamm;
- Deltaflogin;
- Deltaren;
- Desinflex;
- Diclaxol;
- Diclo-B;
- Diclobene;
- Diclofemed;
- Diclofenac;
- Diclohexal;
- Diclomelan;
- Diclostad;
- Diclosyl;
- Diclotard;
- Diclotop;
- Difene;
- Dinac;
- Docdiclofe;
- Dolpasse;
- Econac;
- Fenac;
- Fenaren;
- Flamatak;
- Flector;
- Imflac;
- Lofensaid;
- Motifene;
- Motifene;
- Pennsaid;
- Polyflam;
- Rheumatac;
- Rhumalgan;
- Solaraze;
- Tratul;
- Volsaid;
- Voltapatch;
- Zymamed;

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