User Reviews for Diclofenac to treat Sciatica (Page 2)
Also known as: Voltaren, Cataflam, Cambia, Zipsor, Zorvolex
Diclofenac has an average rating of 7.3 out of 10 from a total of 29 ratings for the treatment of Sciatica. 62% of those users who reviewed Diclofenac reported a positive effect, while 14% reported a negative effect.
“I am 25 with a actebular femoral impingement which has caused osteoarthritis, labral tears and a small hernia. Diclofenac has given me my life back.”
“Knocked me out heart was working overtime increased sweating and vomitting blurred vision headache this medicine does not work for me at all stopped taking it two days ago and still have symptoms”
“Had acute sciatica flare up and was prescibed diclofenac for pain and given a 2 week supply. It did absolutely nothing at 150mg/day. ”
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“I have had two lower back injuries in the past five years and both times was prescribed diclofenac. Sciatica usually lasts 10-14 days before complete relief.”
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