After PRP Therapy, Can I Take Anti-pain Tablets?
Good afternoon, my left knee has been sick for 6 months. My right knee has had PRP 2 times. The second PRP 10 days ago. And today my doctor is in control and the doctor is referring me to a doctor in rehabilitation and rehabilitation. For my left knee. The physiotherapist neatly gave me the medicine to take diclofenac potasyum 50 mg. 2 x 1 for 20 days. My right knee just finished PRP 10 days ago whether now I can drink diclofenac. Thank you.
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. PRP or Plasma Rich Protein Therapy is a therapeutic method that uses the patient's own blood, to be exact the platelets or blood clots, which are obtained by taking about 20-60 milliliters of the patient's blood, processing it in a centrifuge, taking components of the blood pieces that are appear after the centrifugation process and put it back in the patient's body.
This procedure is considered beneficial in healing bones, soft tissue, and also in beauty. In addition, this therapy can also be used to treat fractures, help some types of operations, acute injury to muscles, improve skin wrinkles and treat baldness. Regarding your question, potassium diclofenac is one of the drugs used to relieve pain and inflammation in the body. So far there is no research that shows that the use of this drug is contradictory or prohibited in those undergoing PRP therapy, so you may use it while still obeying the rules.
However, if symptoms such as a rash appear, more severe pain, redness, stiffness, etc., immediately stop using it and return to your doctor. So, hopefully answering your question.