ZORVOLEX Reviews

Average Rating: 4.8 (8 Ratings)

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DATE ADDED
 
 5  Arthritic pain in knees The only side effect I noticed was sweating alot. After taking Zorvolex for a couple of days my knee pain totally went away. Before taking this medication I could barely walk. If I'm feeling better and skip taking it for a few days I will begin to feel pain again. F 55 10 days
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10/24/2018
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 5  Hip/lower back muscle sprain No side effects I moved furniture and injured my hip. Was unable to put pressure on my foot to walk. Severe pain. Took 35 mg of Zorvolex went to sleep and woke up with no pain. Able walk no problem! Never have I experienced such fast and complete relief. Glad I have a great doctor who prescribed this for me. F 61 2 days
1X D
8/14/2017
 5  Knee pain None Started to work right away. Could hardly walk because of the pain. After taking meds a day and a half I could walk without pain M 2 days
35 mg 2X D
9/10/2015
 4  Hip pain none was surprised at how fast it began working. Loving walking without pain and limp F 57 2 days
18 mg 2X D
7/9/2015
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 5  Low back pain when sitting None Firstly, be advised that I am a chiropractor, so I know a thing or two about back pain. I began having pain after my wife treated me on one of my chiropractic tables. Next time I will actually see a real chiropractor. Anyhow, the next day I developed spasm and pain while sitting. It got a little better, but I still had a lot of pain while sitting, especially driving. The pain was quite severe when sittting on a hard surface. I got sick of it and got this med from my MD friend upstairs in the same building as me. Within the first dose I could see a big change, and by the end of the 2nd day my pain was gone. I took 3 pills per day for the 1st week, 2 pills per day for the second week, and then 1 pill per day for 4 additional weeks. When I stopped taking it, the pain came back about 25%, but not entirely. I have been off of it for about 2 weeks now and still feel significantly better then I did prior to taking it, but not as good as when I was on it. Overall, I am very pleased. M 38 6 weeks
35mg 3X D
12/10/2014
 5  Oa of knee; acute genl pain No adverse side effects jusr pain relief. Zorvolex addresses my mild to moderate pain and is effective most of the time. This teams up well with my medication for severe pain which i take as a last resort. F 47 90 days
35Mg 3X AN
11/18/2014
 5  KNEE PAIN NO bad side effects so far I Took my first pill about four hours ago. In about a hour I told my husband that I was feeling less pain. If anything I feel a little euphoric. I don't know if it is because my pain had subsided some, or if this pill is working as an antidepressant. At any rate I am enjoying it now! F 69 1 days
35MG 3X D
8/25/2014
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 5  Chronic Lower Back pain none - take with food to avoid stomach upset. I have degenerative disc disease, lower back pain flares several times a year, leaving me in pain for up to 3 weeks at a time. Been through 3 rounds of epidural steriod shots, muscle relaxers etc. in past few years. Tried Zorvolex at onset of new pain flare-up - pain started going away 2 hours after first dose, totally gone by end of first day! Very impressed with low dosage and fast acting. F 48 3 days
18 3X D
8/12/2014
  

ZORVOLEX  (DICLOFENAC):  Diclofenac is used to relieve pain and swelling (inflammation) from various mild to moderate painful conditions. It is used to treat muscle aches, backaches, dental pain, menstrual cramps, and sports injuries. It also reduces pain, swelling, and joint stiffness caused by arthritis. Reducing these symptoms helps you do more of your normal daily activities. This medication is known as a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). If you are treating a chronic condition such as arthritis, ask your doctor about non-drug treatments and/or using other medications to treat your pain. See also Warning section.   (Sources: U.S. Centers for Medicare Services, FDA)

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