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Voveran SR 75 mg is a prescription drug used to reduce pain and inflammation of joint disorders. You have prescribed it because you have symptoms caused by a joint disorder such as rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, or ankylosing spondylitis.
The tablets are prolonged-release which means they are designed to deliver an NSAID dose over an extended period.
Take Voveran SR 75 mg as your doctor has told you. Discuss with your doctor if you are not sure about the right dose you should take. NSAIDs should be used for the shortest possible duration to reduce any side effects. Your doctor will monitor you to check your kidney, liver, and heart function. If no improvement is seen, then the treatment should be stopped. You can take the tablet after food with a glass full of water. Do not chew the standard release tablet. If you are an adult, you may be asked to take 1 to 2 tablets daily with water. You should not take more than two tablets a day. Older adults may be more sensitive to the effects of NSAIDs. Therefore, it is important to follow your doctor’s instructions carefully and take the minimum number of tablets your doctor has provided to relieve symptoms. Make sure you drink plenty of water. Inform your doctor if you have any side effects. Diclofenac standard release 75 mg tabs are not recommended for children under 18 years of age.
Do not take Voveran SR 75 mg if you think you may be allergic to diclofenac, aspirin, ibuprofen, any other NSAID, or any other ingredients present in Voveran standard release tablets. Avoid taking it if you have ever had a more distinct episode of stomach or duodenal ulcers, bleeding in the digestive tract. Your doctor should also be aware of conditions like kidney impairment, liver insufficiency, heart failure, problems with blood circulation, or if you are more than six months pregnant. If any of these applies to you, you should not receive an NSAID treatment.
NSAIDs, including Diclofenac, may be associated with an increased risk of heart problems. However, the risk is higher with high doses of these prolonged-release tablets. Tell your doctor before you take Voveran tablets if you are suffering from heart disease or have had a stroke. This NSAID formulation may reduce the symptoms of an infection and make it more difficult to diagnose any other infectious disease. If you think you are not well, see your doctor and inform him/her that you are taking an NSAID.
Some side effects related to the use of Voveran SR 75 tablets can be serious. Discontinue the NSAID treatment and tell your doctor straight away if you experience chest pain, abdomen tenderness, weakness, difficulty breathing when lying down, sudden slurred speech, and breathlessness. Other side effects may include skin rash, vertigo, headache, dizziness, increased liver enzymes, vomiting, diarrhoea, abdominal pain, loss of appetite, nausea, and indigestion.