Diclofenac Tablets

Diclofenac is a prescription pain medication that is also approved for the treatment of migraine headaches, arthritis, and various other conditions. It comes in several different forms, including tablets, extended-release tablets, capsules, skin patches, gel, and eye drops.
 
Diclofenac tablets are available in the following strengths:
 
If you are taking the tablet form of diclofenac, it is usually recommended to take it with food to help prevent stomach upset. However, food may cause this medication to work more slowly. If you take diclofenac more than once per day, try to space out your doses evenly throughout the day to maintain even drug levels in your system.
 
(Click Diclofenac for more information on when and how to take the tablets, to find out how diclofenac works, and to learn about the warnings associated with diclofenac products.)
 
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