Diclofenac Action Mechanism
The true mechanism through which Diclofenac executes its anti-inflammatory, antipyretic and analgesic activity is not known till date. Diclofenac is also found to have negative effect on synthesis of prostaglandin as well as bacterial synthesis.
There is only one standard dose of Diclofenac that is proved to relieve any level of pain and almost recommended for every pain related complication which ranges from 100 mg - 200 mg per day. Diclofenac should always be taken with regard to meals for better results.
Not only Diclofenac is widely used for treating your pain but is also most popular for treatment of menstrual pain, post-traumatic pain, moderate to mild post-operative pain and endometriosis.
Persons’ having any problems related to heart, kidney, stomach, liver and intestine should stay away from Diclofenac. Also in case you experience any unusual or allergic reaction to any of its active or inactive components, are breastfeeding or pregnant (or planning to become pregnant) than better do not take Diclofenac for relieving your pain.
Diclofenac Side effects
Widespread side effects of Diclofenac that are mild in their effects on normal health include dizziness, stomach pain or upset, constipation, nervousness, mild heartburn, headache, skin rash or itching and diarrhea.
While serious side effects of Diclofenac that in some cases may require urgent medical assistance include occurrence of dark urine, coughing up blood, seizures, chest pain, severe skin reactions, muscle bruising or weakness, tarry or bloody stools, chills and shortness of breath.