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Q: Tramadol And Diclofenac Taken Together

Can Tramadol and Diclofenac be taken together?  What are the benefits/risks?  Are there side effects to watch for?

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Cort, Health Guide
8/22/10 2:07pm

According to a Drug Interactions checker, Tramadol and Diclofenac do not interact at all; there are no side effects that you have to watch out for when taking these two drugs together. They do recommend that you check with your doctor or pharmacist to be sure. Good luck with the medications!

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Mary, Community Member
7/ 4/12 12:57pm

I truly see no difference in my pain level while taking both medications! My Dr. insists I stay on both of them!

So what is the use?

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By cmmndm, Community Member— Last Modified: 08/03/14, First Published: 08/22/10