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Voltral Emulgel 1% 20g
Voltral Emulgel 1% 20g is used to relieve pain and reduce swelling in a number of painful conditions affecting the joints and muscles, e.g. sprains, strains, and bruises. For strains and sprains, several topical NSAID painkillers rubbed on the skin help reduce pain by at least half over about a week in around 1 in 2 to 1 in 5 people. These are diclofenac Emulgel, ketoprofen gel, piroxicam gel, diclofenac Flector plaster and diclofenac other plaster.
If you’re using diclofenac gel on your skin, it usually takes 1 to 2 days to work. For arthritis, you may need to use the gel for up to 7 days on the painful joint in order to feel the full effect. How long will I take it? Depending on why you’re taking diclofenac, you may only need to take it for a short time.
With its triple effect, Voltarol Back and Muscle Pain Relief Gel relieves pain, reduces inflammation, and helps speed up recovery. It brings targeted local relief for pain and swelling (inflammation) in muscles, back, and neck.
Voltaren Emulgel Joint Pain Extra Strength provides relief from pain and reduces swelling (inflammation) in joints and muscles. It is 2x stronger* and you can go 12 hours between treatments.
Symptoms of an allergic reaction to these medicines may include: asthma, wheezing or shortness of breath; skin rash or hives; swelling of the face or tongue; runny nose. This medicine is not recommended for use in children under 14 years of age.
Uses Of Voltral Emulgel 1% 20g
This gel is used for the treatment of rheumatic and muscular pain,
- pain after trauma
- inflammation and swelling after surgeries
- inflammation of the shoulder joint
- inflammation and degeneration of muscle tissue
- inflammation of tendons and ligamental injuries.
This gel can also be used for sports injuries,
- lower back aches.
The side effects of this gel can be local redness,
- skin inflammation
- sensitivity to light.
When Not To Use
This gel should not be used in patients with asthma, and aspirin/anti-inflammatory-induced allergies.