The Use Of The Potassium Drug Diclofenac For Toothaches?
Mlm. R nMw ask, what’s the difference between cataflam fast powder and diclofenac potassium tablets? What’s the use differently? R n r n Even though it’s the same as 50mg, and in Cataflam Fast it also says diclofenac potassium … r n r nWell, when I have a toothache, but the fast cataflam runs out, can I drink it the diclofenac potassium medicine which tablets?
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The two products you mentioned both contain an active ingredient of 50 mg of diclofenac potassium.
Diclofenac potassium is an NSAID class (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug) which works by inhibiting the cyclooxygenase enzyme. This enzyme helps the formation of prostaglandins which mediate pain and inflammation. With the inhibition of this enzyme, the pain and inflammation will subside. Because of its function, diclofenac potassium can be used to relieve complaints in patients who experience pain, for example due to dysmenorrhea (menstrual pain), postoperative pain, toothache, headaches, pain due to kidney stones, pain due to gallstones, after injury, and so on. . Or, diclofenac potassium is used to reduce pain that occurs due to inflammation, for example rheumatoid arthritis, gouty arthritis, osteoarthritis, and so on.
There are various types of preparations for this drug, including in the form of tablets, syrup, or powder (powder). Each type of drug certainly has a different designation according to the indications for its use. However, considering that this drug is not included in the free drug category, it is not appropriate for us to explain how to use it in an free forum like this. In addition, because you also did not explain in detail what kind of toothache you are experiencing, it is difficult for us to determine whether it is right for you to use other types of preparations or not.
If you do not get the type of drug according to your doctor's prescription, you should consult again with the doctor or dentist who prescribed the drug, whether it is right for you to replace the drug with an existing preparation or not.
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