Diclofenac 75 mg

Diclofenac is approved for various uses, including the treatment of arthritis, migraine headaches, and many other conditions. It is also commonly used for relieving pain. The dose of diclofenac that your healthcare provider recommends will vary depending on several factors, including the particular product you are taking and the medical condition being treated.
 
The standard recommended oral dosage for pain relief is 50 mg of Cataflam® three times a day (for a total of 150 mg daily) or 25 mg of Zipsor® four times daily (totaling 75 mg of diclofenac). For the patch form (Flector®), the recommended dosage is one patch applied to the most painful area every 12 hours.
 
For the treatment of other conditions, diclofenac is available in the form of oral tablets, powder, skin gel, and eye drops. The specific dosing instructions for these different products will vary substantially.
 
(Click Diclofenac Dosage to find out how dosing works for the treatment of these other conditions. This article also offers helpful tips on using this medication.)
 
 
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