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To: dawn53
"800 mg, three times a day, is a prescription dose (at least that's what I've been Rx'd after surgery.)"

Tell your docter you want to stop that if your are on it as an anti-inflammatory.

Voltaren is the most powerful anti-inflammatory pill you can get (sodium diclofenac). It works for me with only 2 each 75mg pills for a day. Neck, back, leg pains go away with only one pill.

Tramadol is Ultracet for pain at 375 mg each. It is more effective for pain than Darvocet or Vicodin. Non-opiate and non-addictive.

I used opiates for a longer time than I should because of injuries and discovered these two are all I need before I realized I needed them no more. Try them. Tell your doctor to order these chemicals for you. I have bad disks. You can't take aspirin or ibuprofin with these.

43 posted on 06/01/2006 8:14:31 PM PDT by BobS
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To: BobS
From the article

It found that ibuprofen and diclofenac, two non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), could cause attacks when taken in high doses.

The source defined high dose diclofenac as " high dose diclofenac (75 mg twice daily)."

74 posted on 06/02/2006 3:12:36 AM PDT by dawn53
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