Does Diclofenac Potassium cause less water retention than Diclofenac Sodium salt?

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24 Mar 2013

No. If you are prone to water retention with diclofenac then the effect will be same with diclofenac potassium or diclofenac sodium, as they deliver the stated amount of diclofenac.

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devidasm 24 Mar 2013

Thanks. I was told the sodium salt can retain more water just like in the case of Sodium Chloride is found to retain water related to Potassium Chloride. Thanks again.

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