Voltaren Gel side effects

What is Voltaren Gel?

Voltaren Gel contains diclofenac, a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAIDs). Diclofenac works by reducing hormones that cause inflammation and discomfort in the system.

Voltaren Topical Gel is used to treat discomfort in the hands, arms, hand, legs, legs, or feet caused by osteo arthritis. This treatment may not be effective in treating discomfort elsewhere in the system.

Voltaren Gel may also be used for other purposes not listed in this treatment guide.

Voltaren Gel side effects

Get emergency medical help if you have any of these signs of an sensitivity to Voltaren Gel: hives; difficulty breathing; inflammation of your face, mouth, mouth, or neck.

Although the risk of serious adverse reactions is low when diclofenac is used to the epidermis, you should be aware of adverse reactions that can occur if the treatment is consumed into your blood vessels.

Stop using Voltaren Gel and call your doctor at once if you have a serious complication such as:

Discomfort in the chest, slurred speech, problems with vision or balance, and feeling weak or short of breath;

Weakling or tarry chairs, hacking and coughing up blood or throw up that looks like coffee grounds;

Light or yellowed epidermis, black shaded pee, confusion;

Inflammation or rapid excess weight, peeing less than usual or not at all;

Feeling sick, upper abdomen discomfort, itchiness, appetite loss, black pee, clay-colored chairs, jaundice (yellowing of the epidermis or eyes);

Discoloration, serious prickling, pins and needles, discomfort, muscle weakness;

High temperature, a sore neck, and headache with a serious extreme, shedding, and red epidermis rash; or

The first sign of any epidermis allergy, no matter how light.

Less serious Voltaren Gel adverse reactions may include:

Light feeling sick, abdomen discomfort, disappointed stomach;

Diarrhoea, gas; or

Light itchiness, dry skin, inflammation, climbing, or other epidermis discomfort where the medicine was used.

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