Dicloberl Diclofenac 100mg 10 suppository


Inflammatory and degenerative forms of rheumatism, Pain syndromes from the spine, Rheumatic diseases 

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Symptomatic therapy for pain and inflammation in such conditions:

– acute arthritis, including gout attacks;
– chronic inflammation of the joints (especially rheumatoid arthritis);
– spondylitis (ankylosing spondylitis), and other inflammatory rheumatic diseases of the spine;
– inflammatory rheumatic diseases genesis with soft tissue lesions;
– swelling with pain syndrome or post-traumatic inflammation.



Dosage and interval between doses of diclofenac sodium according to the disease and the severity of 50-150 mg of diclofenac sodium per day, which employ different formulations Dikloberla with different contents of active substance.

Recommend to use the minimum effective dose for the shortest possible period. The combined use of different dosage forms of the drug, the maximum daily dose should not exceed 150 mg of diclofenac sodium.

Adults and children over the age of 16 years: 50 Dikloberl use 1 suppository 1-3 times a day, which corresponds to 50-150 mg of diclofenac sodium per day.

Dikloberl 100 used in adults to 1 1 suppository once per day, corresponding to 100 mg of diclofenac sodium per day.

Suppositories are injected deep into the anus, it is desirable – after a bowel movement. Duration of treatment is established physician, and may be longer in diseases of rheumatic origin.

Elderly patients. No dose adjustment is required. In connection with the increased possibility of adverse reactions should be especially careful control of their health.

Impaired renal function. There is no need for dose adjustment in mild to moderate disorders.

Abnormal liver function. In mild and moderate disorders is no need for dose adjustment.



Hypersensitivity to the active agent or other components of the drug.

Allergic reactions (bronchospasm, asthma, rhinitis, urticaria) in history after the use of aspirin or other NSAIDs.

Hemodyscrasia unknown etiology. Acute peptic ulcer, as well as exacerbation of peptic ulcer disease or gastrointestinal bleeding history (≥2 episodes registered ulcers or bleeding).

Cases of gastrointestinal bleeding or perforation in history that have been associated with the use of NSAIDs.

Cerebrovascular and other acute bleeding.

Severe liver and kidney function.

Severe heart failure. III trimester of pregnancy.