|No Of Units||Price|
|500 Pills||$269.25||BUY|Additional Information
How does it work?
The gel goes deep inside the skin and delivers diclofenac to the area of pain. Then it blocks the chemicals produced by our body which cause the inflammation (swelling), tenderness and pain.
How to apply?
Take a small amount of gel (approximately a size of the coin) and gently rub or massage on the area of swelling or pain. You can apply a maximum of 16g of gel depending on the area of pain or swelling. Apply it thrice or 4 times in a day, after an interval of 4 hours between each application. Otherwise, apply as directed by your general practitioner. Do not apply the gel more than 4 times in 24 hours time period. Also don't use the gel for more than 7 days. If you don't see any results in 7 days then visit your doctor.
This product is not advised to be used for kids under 14years age.
It has a soothing smell and will not stain your clothes, also, it is non-sticky.
When should I use this gel?
Voltarol Back and Muscle Pain Relief Gel must be used only when there is pain or swelling in the muscles, back and neck. It can also be utilized for the joint pains (osteoarthritis), during any sprain, bruises or muscle injury while playing a sport which is limited to tendons and ligaments.
NOTE : Precautions and Side effects must be read carefully on the leaflet before using the gel.
When not to use?
When in third trimester of your pregnancy.
Patients having NSAIDS on regular basis.
Hypersensitive to the drugs present in the gel or any other NSAIDS.
It is not recommended to be used with any other pharmaceutical product that contains this drug Diclofenac.
Infants or children below the age of 14 are strictly not recommended to use this.
Patients having diseases like asthma in which the attacks are controlled by Aspirin or other NSAIDS.
Possible Side Effects:
Patients having gastrointestinal disorders like ulceration etc or having a history of can have gastrointestinal bleeding in some cases.
There can be mild to moderate skin irritation in some people.
Use a bandage or dressing that would not seal the area from air or water. Do not use an airtight or waterproof bandage.
In some cases there can be systemic effects of this drug. So do not apply it on areas of wound or injury and only on non-diseased, intact skin.
If developed a skin rash then immediately consult the doctor.
Any contact with an eye or an ingestion of the medicine occurs then seek medical attention immediately.
Discontinue the use of medicine if any skin rash is seen.
Consistent use of NSAIDS can result in adverse reactions in the body.
During the pregnancy, use of diclofenac should be advised only if necessary and that too in first and second trimester only. Try to keep the doses low and the duration as short as possible.
If given in the third trimester it can lead to complications in the foetus and the mother during delivery.
Also during lactation, to avoid passing of diclofenac into the breast milk it is suggested to not to be applied on the breasts and the skin around it. If necessary consult a physician before making use of this medicine.
Shortness of breath or wheezing or feeling tightness in the chest.
Swelling of the face, lips, throat or tongue.
Itching or redness all over the skin.
Rare of them is sunburn with blisters or swelling.
It can be absorbed in the body, i.e. systemic absorption but in low levels as compared to the plasma levels. It usually happens when you apply over a larger skin area and for longer time periods. It can lead to various signs and symptoms as stated and when you experience it consult the doctor and discontinue the medicine at the moment.
In case of overdose it has to be treated the same as poisoning. Decontamination of the gastric contents and activated charcoal is used, mostly in the cases of short time of ingestion.
Few guidelines useful with the medicine:
Stop pressurizing the area of swelling and avoid using the joint area for 2-3 days. Give complete rest to that area of inflammation.
Application of the ice is both useful to reduce the swelling and the pain. Wrap it in a towel and apply for 10-20 minutes. Do this after every 1 hour or at least 3-4 times in a day.
Lightly wrap an elastic bandage which is porous and not airtight on the joint or the affected area. It will compress the area or the swelling.
Try to elevate or raise the limb so as to reduce the pain in the first 2 days.
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