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Voltaren Eye Drops (Diclofenac Sodium) and/or alternatives

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    Voltaren 0.1%

    Manufactured by: Novartis

    Product of New Zealand. Shipped from New Zealand

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    Voltaren 0.1%

    Marketed as Voltarol in European Union

    Manufactured by: Thea Pharmaceuticals Ltd

    Product of United Kingdom. Shipped from United Kingdom

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    Voltaren 0.1%

    Marketed as Voltarol Single Dose Unit in European Union

    Manufactured by: Thea Pharmaceuticals Ltd

    Product of United Kingdom. Shipped from United Kingdom

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    Voltaren 0.1%

    Manufactured by: Alcon Canada Inc.

    Product of Canada. Shipped from Canada

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General Information On Voltaren Eye Drops

Voltaren eye drops are used to relieve pain and inflammation after a cataract or corneal refractive surgery. After any kind of eye surgery, the eye becomes sensitive to light. This drug helps in relieving the pain and sensitivity to light. The generic name of the drug is Diclofenac Ophthalmic. It belongs to a class of drugs known as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs or NSAIDs. It functions by reducing the hormones that cause inflammation in the eye.

Side Effects for Voltaren Eye Drops

Before you buy Voltaren eye drops, you must realize that almost all drugs have some side effects but are still prescribed because the benefits usually far outweigh the side effects. In case you are using Voltaren eye drops, you may experience certain side effects such as mild stinging or burning in the eye, swollen eyelids, headache, nausea, crusting around the eyes, blurred vision immediately after using the drops, etc.

If a patient is allergic to Diclofenac, he or she can have severe allergic reactions such as severe burning and pain in the eye, vision change, rashes, hives, breathing difficulty, distorted vision, etc. In such cases, you must consult your doctor immediately.


Do not use Voltaren eye drops if you are allergic to Diclofenac or any other NSAID. All NSAIDs will slow down the healing process. Voltaren eye drops are also not advisable for people suffering from rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, dry eyes, asthma, bleeding or clotting problems, etc.

It is not advisable to use Voltaren eye drops on young children. Even pregnant and lactating women should use it with caution and only if it is imperative. Inform your doctor if you are pregnant or are breastfeeding your child. In both cases, the doctor will be able to guide you adequately.

Using Voltaren eye drops causes blurred vision and slight discomfort in the eye. Therefore, it is important that you do not drive or operate heavy machinery immediately afterward using it.

Voltaren Eye Drops Dosage

Voltaren eye drops is available as an ophthalmic solution in a multi dose bottle. Each Voltaren eye drops bottle contains 5 ml of the solution. The exact dosage required will depend on the kind of surgery you have undergone. Your doctor will advise you on the dosage adequately.

For example, if a patient is undergoing a corneal refractive surgery, 1-2 drops should be applied within an hour prior to the surgery. 1-2 drops need to be applied again within 15 minutes post surgery. Patients are asked to apply the drops for up to 3 days following surgery, 4 times a day. Voltaren eye drops dosage for patients undergoing cataract surgery is one drop 4 times daily starting 24 hours after the surgery, to the eye that was operated, and continuing for 2 weeks postoperatively.

In case you use contact lenses, you must remove them before taking the drops. Do not allow the dropper to touch the surface of your eye as it this may lead to infection.


Before you buy Voltaren eye drops, you must know that it interacts with several other drugs. Though it is an eye drop, it gets absorbed by the body. It interacts with anticoagulants and antiplatelet drugs such as Aspirin, Antithrombin, Clopidogrel, Cilostazol, Fondaparinux, Lepirudin, etc. It also interacts with NSAIDs such as Celecobix, Ibuprofen, Ketorolac, etc. Inform your doctor of all medications that you are taking.

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