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    Default Urticaria caused by medicine side effects

    Hi there,

    I some took Diclofenac Potassium (Voltarol Pain-Eze) to help me with a sport enjury and unfortunately I have been hit with urticaria which is a possible side-effect listed in the tablet's leaflet.
    I took only 4 tablets over the course of 3 days and although the urticaria is somehow mild it is very bothersome.

    I took the last pill on Sunday morning, today is Tuesday and it doesn't seem to be getting much better.

    Does anyone know how long it could last? Should I look for any kind of anti-allergic?

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    **Brenda** Female

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    Aug 2008


    never use this product again. this severe a reaction could cause anaphylactic shock. now for your rash you could take benadry, claratin or zyrtec. topical hydrocortisone. benadry can leave you very drowsy so i would suggest zyrtec.

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