Method of application and dosage

Candles "Diclofenac" are introduced rectally. Before using the product, you need to empty the bowel. Recommended instructions to "Diclofenac" dosage 1 suppository per day. The introduction is carried out before bedtime.

Note that exceeding the recommended dose can lead to overdose, the symptoms which are manifested as nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, hearing loss, migraines, hallucinations and changes in blood pressure.

Contraindications and side effects

Contraindications to the use of candles "Diclofenac" are hypersensitivity to the components, children under 12 years and during pregnancy and breastfeeding. "Diclofenac with caution is prescribed for pathologically high or low blood pressure, diseases of the stomach, intestines, liver and kidneys in the active phase, bronchial asthma and heart failure. With caution the preparation is used in patients of advanced age and after a serious surgical interventions. Not recommended for candle Diclofenac rectal bleeding and anorectal disease, including existing medical history.

During the period of use of "Diclofenac" it is not recommended to drive vehicles or perform potentially hazardous activities that require speed of psychomotor reactions, as the drug causes inhibition.

The most common side effects of Diclofenac are dizziness, nausea, vomiting, constipation, abdominal pain, the phenomenon of flatulence, burning sensation in the anus, diarrhea, impaired liver and kidneys, painful defecation, mucus discharge mixed with blood. In rare cases, there may be inflammation of the colon bleeding, or exacerbation of ulcerative colitis. Allergic reactions: rash, itching, and peripheral edema.

Patients with diabetes who used "Diclofenac" along with hypoglycemic drugs may develop Hypo - or hyperglycemia.

The risk of side effects with Diclofenac is increased in patients with peptic ulcer disease, nicotine or alcohol dependence, as well as those who are undergoing treatment with glucocorticosteroid drugs or more non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.