Can Diclofenac Sodium And Methylprednisolone Be Taken Together?
Good evening, I want to ask, may I take the sodium diclofenac drug, take it together with the ersolone drug? Trms …
Diclofenac sodium is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug that can be used to reduce pain. While ersolon contains methylprednisolone, a corticosteroid that is used to reduce inflammation.
In general, the two drugs can be used together, but based on doctor's consideration. Sodium diclofenac and methylprednisolone are both prescription drugs that are only consumed based on doctor's recommendation / prescription and under a doctor's supervision.
If you get medicine from a doctor, you can take the medicine according to the dosage and rules of use described by the doctor who treats you. But if you have not checked, it would be better if you consult your hand pain complaints to the doctor so that the cause can be ascertained first so that the doctor can provide a more appropriate treatment for you.
Pain in the hands can come from muscles, bones, joints, skin, and nerves. Some of the causes of pain in the hands include arthritis, fatigue, neurological disorders (for example carpal tunnel syndrome), a history of previous trauma, infection of the skin, malignancy. A check is needed first to determine the cause.
Some tips that you can do while waiting to see a doctor include:
Rest pain hands
Cold compresses, then warm compresses after 2-3 days
Apply pain relief gel if necessary
Prop your hand when lying down
Avoid lifting or pulling heavy objects
Perform muscle stretches regularly
Do not crush your hands while sleeping
Hope it helps you,