Diclofenac gel, 45 g, reduce inflammation and edema, joints and muscles

Diclofenac gel, 45 g, reduce inflammation and edema, joints and muscles

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Diclofenac therapy contains the active substance diclofenac, which belongs to a group of med called nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. It is specially designed to be absorbed into the skin through massage.

Diclofenac Therapy is used to relieve pain and reduce inflammation and edema in painful conditions affecting joints and muscles.

It can be used to treat the following conditions:
Adults and adolescents aged 14 years and older:
- Trauma to joints and muscles (e.g. sprains, dislocations, bruising, back pain, trumatism caused by sport).
- Tendinitis (e.g. lateral epicondylitis)
Only adults (aged 18 years and older):
- Mild arthritis of the knees or fingers.


For adults and adolescents over 14 years of age:
Diclofenac Therapy is intended for administration to the skin.
Apply Diclofenac Therapy 3 or 4 times a day to the painful area.

How to apply Diclofenac Therapy:
1. Before first use, pierce the sealing membrane with the sharp tip of the cap.
Diclofenac therapy is used by holding the tube upside down. Press the tip of the tube to get the required amount of gel.
2. Gently remove a small amount of gel from the tube and apply it to the painful or swollen area and massage gently into the skin. The amount required depends on the size of the painful or swollen area. Usually, an amount ranging from the size of a cherry to that of a walnut is required. You will feel a slight calming sensation when you massage the gel into your skin.
3. Wash your hands after applying Diclofenac Therapy, unless they represent the treated surface.

How much Diclofenac should you use Therapy:
Do not use Diclofenac Therapy more than:
Adults and adolescents aged 14 years and older
- 2 weeks for trauma to joints and muscles (e.g. dislocations, strains, bruising) or tendinitis
Adults only (18 years and older):
- 3 weeks for arthritis-related pain
Longer treatment may be recommended by a doctor.

45 g