Diclofenac is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAIDs) drug, which is used for pain and inflammation. It is usually used to treat chronic joint pain, joint stiffness, and inflammation seen in arthritis and ankylosing spondylitis. In adults, Diclofenac is also used to treat acute attacks of migraine.
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Why do I have a sharp pain in my lower back and left abdomen after sleeping with one leg bent up?
Query: Hello doctor, I am having pain in my lower back and left abdomen. I was sleeping with one leg bent up, and suddenly in the morning, I experienced sharp pain. I did exercise the day before; I do not have problems with my urination and bowel movements. However, I am unable to have food because of the... Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I understand your concern. Muscle spasm can be the reason for your pain. As you have a history of lower back pain, I suggest you go for an X-ray of the lumbar spine (LS). I also suggest you apply ointment Diclofenac to the affected area, cover it with a cloth for ten... Read Full »
What could cause neck pain at the back spreading up to shoulders?
Query: Hello doctor, My neck has been hurting for over a week. I do not know how I hurt it. It started on the left back of my neck. Then a couple of days ago, the right side additionally started hurting, and now it hurts when I yawn as well. I have tried Tylenol, muscle relieving cream, heating pad, suppo... Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. Pain in the upper back to the right and left side typically originates from the trapezius muscle. This pain does not require forceful activities or jerky movement. It can occur after simple tasks too. Muscles around the shoulder and upper back muscles can be swolle... Read Full »