75 brand names for diclofenac

Diclofenac is one of the standard non-steriodal anti-inflammatory drugs used to treat coccyx pain. It is stronger than those available over the counter, and only available on prescription. This page is here just as an example, to warn you that many different names are used for each drug. If you are prescribed a drug, you can find out what is in it by doing an internet search on the drug name. When taking drugs for coccyx pain, beware that masking the pain with drugs may allow you to sit for longer, and may make the problem worse in the end.

  1. allvoran
  2. anfenax
  3. apo-diclo
  4. arcanafenac
  5. arthrotec
  6. benfofen
  7. brovaflamp
  8. cataflam
  9. cliniflam
  10. dedolor
  11. deflamat
  12. delphimix
  13. delphinac
  14. diclac
  15. diclo
  16. diclobene
  17. dicloberl
  18. diclofex
  19. diclomax
  20. diclomelan
  21. dicloreum
  22. diclosyl
  23. diclozip
  24. dignofenac
  25. dolobasan
  26. dolotren
  27. ecofenac
  28. effekton
  29. fenac
  30. fenaren
  31. flamrase
  32. flector
  33. flexagen
  34. flogofenac
  35. forgenac
  36. fortfen
  37. grofenac
  38. inflamac
  39. isclofen
  40. jenafenac
  41. lexobene
  42. liberalgium
  43. luase
  44. magluphen
  45. monoflam
  46. motifene
  47. myogit
  48. naclof
  49. novapirina
  50. novo-difenac
  51. nu-diclo
  52. olfen
  53. panamor
  54. pharmaflam
  55. polyflam
  56. primofenac
  57. rewodina
  58. rheufenac
  59. rheumasan
  60. rhumalgan
  61. ribex
  62. sigafenac
  63. silino
  64. sodiclo
  65. toryxil
  66. tratul
  67. valenac
  68. veltex
  69. voldal
  70. vologen
  71. volraman
  72. voltaren
  73. voltarene
  74. voltarol
  75. xenid

Updated 2003-04-27

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