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Voltaren Emulgel

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Voltaren Emulgel is an NSAID gel that can be used treat pain and inflammation coming from arthritis, sprain or muscle strain.

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Voltarin Emulgel (generic name: diclofenac sodium) is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory (NSAID) gel that can reduce inflammation, pain, swelling and stiffness in joints caused by strain, arthritis, sports injuries such as tennis elbow, and soft tissue rheumatism. Voltaren Emulgel is available OTC and does not require a prescription.

NSAIDs like diclofenac can block the specific COX enzyme the body uses to produce prostaglandins. Reducing the level of prostaglandins can help relieve inflammation and associated pain.

Voltaren Emulgel is an effective and fast-acting way to relieve pain and swelling that are symptoms of gout. However, Voltaren Emulgel may not produce relief for as long as oral diclofenac does, and it does not address the underlying cause of gout, which is high uric acid levels.


The dosage is based on your condition and how you responsed to the treatment. Gently rub just enough of the gel to barely cover the entire affected area. The treatment shold not be applied more than four times each day. Do not apply the gel onto areas that have cuts, infections, or rashes.

Do not apply more than 15 grams of gel each day to a single area of a lower limb (knee, ankle etc.) or more than 8 grams to a single area on the upper body (elbow, wrist, hand, etc.) In total,  not more than 32 grams of diclofenac should be applied on a single day.

Discuss the benefits and risks of using Voltaren Emulgel with a doctor or pharmacist.

Some mild side effects may occur, including:
  • indigestion, gas, nausea, vomiting, stomach pain
  • diarrhea, constipation
  • headache, dizziness, drowsiness
  • itching, sweating
  • stuffy nose
  • raised blood pressure
  • signs of kidney problems such as change in the volume, color or frequency of urine
  • symptoms of heart failure such as swollen ankles or feet
  • unusual tiredness
  • unusual or sudden weight gain.

If these persist of worsen, report back to a healthcare provider or pharmacist for advise.

Voltaren Emulgel can be used on the skin only to treat pain and inflammation of muscles, joints, tendons and ligaments, due to sprains and strains, sports injuries (eg. tennis elbow) and soft tissue rheumatism (eg. bursitis; tendinitis).
Voltaren Emulgel has unique technology that helps it penetrate deep into the skin to enhance delivery of diclofenac to the pain site. Voltaren Emulgel has a cooling, moisturizing effect with no strong odors.


Voltaren Emulgel is available OTC and does not require a prescription.

  • What is diclofenac 3% gel used for?
    Voltaren (diclofenac 1%) is an over-the-counter topical gel that can be used to relieve pain from arthritis in major joints such as the knees, ankles, feet, arms and hands. Its action is to block substances that cause inflammation and pain. Research has also shown that it may prevent the growth of new blood vessels that tumors need to grow.
  • How long does it take for diclofenac gel to work?
    All forms of diclofenac (gel, plasters or patches) usually take one to two days to work. For arthritis, it may need up to seven days on the painful joint to produce the full effect.
  • How long should you use diclofenac gel?
    The manufacturer’s instructions are to use diclofenac sodium topical gel four times a day every day for up to 21 days for the treatment of arthritis pain. Use it as directed by a doctor.
  • How many times a day can you use diclofenac gel?
    Guidelines are to apply 2 grams onto the affected skin areas four times a day, for a maximum of 8 g each day on each site. As well, the total dose should not exceed 32 g per day over the whole body on all affected joints.
  • Is diclofenac bad for kidneys?
    Diclofenac is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) and one of the side effects can be kidney damage. The official information sheet for diclofenac warns that long-term administration can cause renal injury.

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