Diclofenac cream

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My husband will rub it in all over my back, arms and legs and within about 15 minutes there is som pretty good pain relief. I am on other meds for my RA/fibro as well and use the diclofenac cream when I am in a bad flare.
Does anyone have any experience with diclofenac? If so, does it work better than over the counter antiinflammatory drugs and does upset the stomach much?
Hello, It looks like simple hair follicle or folliculitis. Some anti-inflammatory medicines (like diclofenac or ibuprofen) will help to reduce the swelling. Cleaning with some anti-septic solution and anti-biotic course under general physician’s guidance will lessen the pus formation. Till then you can apply topical antibiotics like Neosporin cream. I sincerely hope it helps. Take care and please do keep us posted on how you are doing. Warm regards.
Naproxen -- not very well. I''ve been using Voltaren gel (diclofenac) on my toes and foot, which helps with symptoms. Also, I use a homeopathic cream, Traumeel, which helps swelling in the foot.
For a more intensive nighttime treatment, apply cream and then cover hands with gloves or socks. Your body heat helps the cream sink deeper into the skin. I would also suggest you to avoid washing hands with soap repeatedly and use gloves while doing any household work. Hope it helps. Take care and please do keep me posted on how you are doing or if you have any additional queries. Warm regards.
Hi guys. I am currently on a course of 250mg Terbinafine tablets, and Lamisil cream, in order to cure a patch of Mycosis which is on my neck. My question is relating to the drugs I am on. Am I allowed to drink alcohol while I am taking this course, or do I have to abstain until I have finished the tablets? It is one tablet a day for 30 days.
Its a muscle that I have the pain in. Haven't been to the doctor but has applied cream for the pain but I need stronger stuff like pills. Is it ok to take pills for the pain even on tx. The pain doesn't go away. My doctor said to take a medication that its to put in IV. He told me to buy it and drink it and it won't be bad for my liver instead of taking pills. Has anyone had a pain in a muscle and needed to take medication for it like B12, diclofenac, etc... What should I do?
Many arthritis sufferers are in a panic over the shortage of Voltaren gel (diclofenac sodium gel) and I get why they are worried. Voltaren gel is a prescription topical anti-inflammatory gel used for all kinds of arthritis pain: rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and osteoarthritis of the knees, hands and hips. People who have stomach issues from taking anti-inflammatories by mouth can bypass that problem with Voltaren gel.
hi, so last night i had the worst headache of my life. sometimes COUNTERPAIN cream helps if i place it on my forehead. and i did.... i fell asleep and probably some came off at my pillow and i woke up with burning pain around my right eye. do you think some may have gone into my eye or since i was asleep it's a remote possibility ? what should i do ?
Hi, To me it appears like a chest pain originating from the intercostals muscles only and one can have a pain similar to the Charlie horse in the leg. I’ll suggest you to use some local analgesic cream/ointment to take care of the pain. You can use some OTC painkiller like ibuprofen/diclofenac also. There’s nothing much to worry on the same front. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.
I did PM a message to you about the recipe my doctor gave me to make up the diclofenac cream. It does help me alot with pain, mainly to get to sleep at night. I have cronic RA. It is in most of my joints - hands, fingers, wrists, elbows, shoulders, sternum, hips, knees...... you name it, it is there.
Hello StressedInsomniac, I suggest that you need to take extra care for your knucles. Apply some cold cream or an antiseptic ointment. Take anti-inflammatory and analgesic drugs like diclofenac and ibuprofen for better pain management.
Also take some anti inflammatory medicine like Ibuprofen or Diclofenac if you have taken them prior to this injury and have not shown any allergic reaction to them. Also consult a doctor because any hematoma which is covering more than 25 % of the area has to be evaluated by a doctor. If there is any nail removal then soak it with an antiseptic and apply some antibiotic cream like Neosporin or Bactroban.
Had an xray done because of back pain and it came back negative for anything broken. Doctor gave me some diclofenac and told me to use it on my back and hands... The back pain started quite a few months ago, then it went away and the spot on my back where it had hurt became a big patch of numb/tingly. This has lasted quite awhile now. Today I touched my back in that spot and it felt like someone was jabbing a thick needle into that area, but the numbness and tingling are gone.
I've been advised to take Glucosamine and MSM and also a cream prescribed: Diclofenac 15% compound. I've read the causes and I fall into the category of a person who has caused injury / repeated trauma. (I climb mountains and on the decline there is pounding of my right foot being that it is my lead foot.) There's only minor pain at this point. I want to do all that I can to prevent further damage and loss of use. Any advice?
Also take some anti inflammatory medicine like Ibuprofen or Diclofenac if you have taken them prior to this injury and have not shown any allergic reaction to them. Also consult a doctor because any hematoma which is covering more than 25 % of the area has to be evaluated by a doctor. If there is any nail removal then soak it with an antiseptic and apply some antibiotic cream like Neosporin or Bactroban.
Please ensure not to apply ice directly without any cloth. Also take some anti inflammatory medicine like Ibuprofen or Diclofenac if you have taken them prior to this injury and have not shown any allergic reaction to them. Also consult a doctor because any hematoma which is covering more than 25 % of the area has to be evaluated by a doctor. If there is any nail removal then soak it with an antiseptic and apply some antibiotic cream like Neosporin or Bactroban.
It seems related to the friction rub in your case. Keep on applying the antibiotic cream that your dermatologist has prescribed.Also take some sitzbaths(don’t add anything to the water) and anti inflammatory pain killers like Diclofenac or Ibuprofen if there is any pain.If the symptoms persist then pls consult a urologist. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.
have you tried an anti inflammatory cream or pill? like sodium diclofenac or ibuprofen? to try along the anti inflammatory route?
You may want to ask for is anti-inflamation cream (Diclofenac). You can rub the cream just in front of, and just behind the ear and it helps to reduce pain and swelling. Another thing you can do (not at the same time as the cream) is get a pain rub that contains capscascian. Capsascian is a hot pepper extract and it can help reduce pain overal when used regularily. A535 and other heat/cold creams don't have the same effect.
Only obs worth noting were very slightly raised temp, and high blood pressure (which I have never, ever experienced before). Taking Diclofenac + Paracetamol for the pain. Any ideas as to the cause anyone? Your input is much appreciated.
Also take some anti inflammatory medicine like Ibuprofen or Diclofenac if you have taken them prior to this injury and have not shown any allergic reaction to them. Also consult a doctor because any hematoma which is covering more than 25 % of the area has to be evaluated by a doctor. If there is any nail removal then soak it with an antiseptic and apply some antibiotic cream like Neosporin or Bactroban.
You responded to a post i had on here before about a rash on my Scrotum. It's going on over two months and i did go see my Doctor who prescribed me MENTAX cream which has been working slowly. could this have caused the rash i was experiencing seems that the itching and rash originally started in that area? Thank you for your time and helpful information.
You can try OTC anti-inflammatory + pain killer like ibuprofen, heat compress and local analgesic spray or cream. If symptoms persist consult an ortho specialist. It is difficult to comment beyond this at this stage. Please let me know if there is any thing else and do keep me posted. Take care!
Also take some anti inflammatory medicine like Ibuprofen or Diclofenac if you have taken them prior to this injury and have not shown any allergic reaction to them. Also consult a doctor because any hematoma which is covering more than 25 % of the area has to be evaluated by a doctor. If there is any nail removal then soak it with an antiseptic and apply some antibiotic cream like Neosporin or Bactroban.
Showed him the scars and eventually just told me to use protection next time. He prescribed me Momenta cream for the scars and Olfen-50 (Diclofenac-Na 50mg) for the groin pains perhaps. He also advised me to continue my Amoxicillin. On the other hand, my wife underwent an HIV/Elisa test a couple of days back but this has nothing to do with my infidelity. It was a requirement for her to be a resident in the current country we are in.
Give rest to your elbow. Apply some cold packs on it and some analgesic (pain reliever) gel or cream. You can also take some over the counter anti inflammatory like ibuprofen or diclofenac. Orthotic brace or straps to reduce stress are also useful. Other useful treatment options are soft tissue massage, stretching exercises and ultrasound therapy. Severe cases may need surgical intervention. I hope it helps. Take care and regards.
Please ensure not to apply ice directly without any cloth. Also take some anti inflammatory medicine like Ibuprofen or Diclofenac if you have taken them prior to this injury and have not shown any allergic reaction to them. Also consult a doctor because any hematoma which is covering more than 25 % of the area has to be evaluated by a doctor. If there is any nail removal then soak it with an antiseptic and apply some antibiotic cream like Neosporin or Bactroban.
Aspirin) In such condition, histamine rich foods like sardines, tuna fish, certain cheese, certain pain killers (aspirin, diclofenac etc.) should be avoided. You can take other carbohydrate rich foods including cereals, bread etc. Avoid cheese, butter and milk cream products. Use unsaturated fatty acid like vegetable oils for food preparation. Good exercise to burn calories like aerobics, jogging is helpful. I suggest you to consult dietitian in your area. Take care and regards.
Please ensure not to apply ice directly without any cloth. Also take some anti inflammatory medicine like Ibuprofen or Diclofenac if you have taken them prior to this injury and have not shown any allergic reaction to them. Also consult a doctor because any hematoma which is covering more than 25 % of the area has to be evaluated by a doctor. If there is any nail removal then soak it with an antiseptic and apply some antibiotic cream like Neosporin or Bactroban.
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