Voltaren (Diclofenac) is prescription medication used to treat pain and inflammation and stiffness and swelling associated with osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis as well as pain after eye surgery. Diclofenac is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) works by reducing the substances in the body that cause inflammation and pain. Take Voltaren exactly prescribed.
"Diclofenacis a generic drug used to treat inflammation. It is manufactured by licensed generic manufacturers. This product DOES NOT originate from Novartis and IS NOT authorized by Novartis, the owner and maker of the branded Voltaren prescription pharmaceutical product."
We currently have the brand Voltaren comes from Canada and India manufactured by Novartis. Generic Diclofenac comes from United Kingdom and Canada. Voltaren comes in a variety of forms and dosages as below:
• Voltaren Eye Drops: 0.1 %/5 ml and 0.1 %/10 ml in quantity of 1, 2, 3 packs
• Voltaren EmulGel: also known as Voveran Emulgel
in India. Available in 1 %/30 gm (QTY 1), 1.16 %/50 gm (QTY 1), and 1.16 %/100 gm (QTY 1, 3, 5 packs)
• Voltaren Rapide: also known as Cataflam
in Canada. Available in 50 mg (QTY of 100 tabs)
• Voltaren SR: also known as Voveran SR
in India. Available in 100 mg (QTY of 90 tabs)
• Diclofenac Eye Drops: 0.1 %/5 ml and 0.1 %/10 ml in quantity of 1, 3 packs
• Diclofenac Gel: is pharmacy compound
in Canada. Available in 1 %/100 gm (QTY 1), 1.5 %/50 gm (QTY 1), 1.5 %/100 gm (QTY 1), 5 %/50 gm (QTY 1), 5 %/100 gm (QTY 1), 10 %/50 gm (QTY 1), 10 %/100 gm (QTY 1)
• Diclofenac tablet: 25 mg (QTY of 84) and 50 mg (QTY of 84)
• Diclofenac suppositories: 50 mg (QTY of 30 tabs) and 100 mg (QTY of 30 tabs)
• Diclofenac Rapide: 50 mg (QTY of 100 tabs)
Do not take Voltaren if you are allergic to Diclofenac or aspirin or other NSAIDs. Tell your doctor about all the medical conditions you have had before.
• Bleeding or clotting problems;
• Heart disease;
• High blood pressure;
• High cholesterol;
• Liver or kidney disease;
• Nasal polyps (growths in the nose);
• Stomach ulcers or intestinal problems;
Tell your doctor about all the medicines you are taking including prescriptions and over-the-counter medicines including herbal supplements, especially: antifungal medicine, blood thinner, cyclosporine, heart or blood pressure medication including diuretic or water pill, lithium, methotrexate, rifampin, other NSAIDs, etc. This may cause a serious or fatal drug interaction. Consult your doctor if you are getting pregnant or breastfeeding.