No, it's a non-steroidal anti inflammatory (NSAID) drug that is similar to, but not exactly like, ibuprofen. It has NO opiate or narcotic in it.
There are combination medications that combine NSAIDs with opiates, (e.g., percodan is oxycodone + aspirin, and Vicodin is hyrodcodone + acetiminophen). These combinations are prescription only.
No, it is simply Ibrupofen.
Endone (Oxycodone) is in a group of drugs called narcotic pain relievers. Ibuprofen/Voltaren are in a group of drugs called nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). Ibuprofen works by reducing hormones that cause inflammation and pain in the body. The combination of ibuprofen and oxycodone is used short-term to relieve moderate to severe pain.
Yes, you can. Darvocet is the synthetic narcotic pain reliever propoxyphene combined with acetaminophen (paracetamol). Voltaren is an NSAID (non-steroidal-anti-inflammatory). Neither medication should interact with the other. There are others preparation called Darvon Compound or Darvon Compound 65 which have propoxyphene with aspirin and caffeine. These SHOULD NOT be combined with Voltaren, because aspirin is also an non-steroidal-anti-inflammatory. Taking too many NSAIDs, either of the same medication or by combining multiple types of NSAID, can cause issues such as ulcers and bleeding problems.
Voltaren gel is a prescription drug & can be purchased from any pharmacy once prescribed by your physician.
Yes, there is no problem in taking Voltaren (diclofenac) with an antibiotic. But, some antibiotics are hard on the stomach.. like voltaren.. this might cause bigger gastrointestinal side effects.
Yes, Voltaren is a Nsaid pain reliever and codeine is an opiate pain reliever. Nsaid's are actually combined with opiate pills. Ibuprofen is an Nsaid med. Nsaid stands for Non Steriod Anti Inflammatory Drug.
It does for some