Voveran is a type of drug that is classified as being an NSAID, or a Non Steroidal Anti Inflammatory Drug. It is used to reduce symptoms like inflammation and muscle pain.
Voveran works by reducing the production of hormones that cause symptoms of muscle pain and inflammation.
Voveran is used in the treatment of arthritic pain in the body.
The powder version of the drug is used in the treatment of migraines, but not in the treatment of cluster headaches.
It can be used for treatment once the pain is present.
This medication can cause your risk of heart attacks and issues with your circulation to increase, which in turn puts you more at risk of acute heart failure and strokes.
Prolonged use of Voveran puts you more at risk of contracting these. Do not use this drug for a while after having undergone a bypass surgery or a CABG.
If you do experience symptoms like angina, weakness, slurred speech or vision problems, you may need emergency medical assistance immediately.
This medication can also lead to increased risk of a perforated intestine, which can be fatal if left untreated. This is more common in older adults. Symptoms include a bloody cough.
If you have black, tarry stools, bloody vomit and a bloody cough, call your doctor immediately. This is a symptom of intestinal bleeding.
Never drink alcoholic beverages while you are on a course of Voveran, as it can cause you to be more at risk for the harmful side effects of taking this medication.
Tell your doctor if you are at all allergic to any of the ingredients contained in Voveran. Symptoms of an allergic reaction include hives, trouble breathing and pain in the chest.
Talk to your physician if you have a history of heart attacks, strokes, blood clots, ulcers, heart failure, hepatic and renal disorders, asthma, nasal polyps or a bleeding disorder.
Voveran can cause harm to children in the womb. Make sure you tell your doctor if you are pregnant or plan on becoming pregnant while being treated with this drug.
Taking even a single dose of this medicine in the last trimester may be harmful to the unborn child, so make sure you avoid Voveran while you are pregnant.
Voveran can also pass through breast milk into a newborn child. Do not take the drug if you are currently nursing a baby.
Never give this medicine to children.
Always take this drug in the exact amount that it has been prescribed to you. Do not take it in larger doses than you have been told to by your doctor. You need to follow your prescription as closely as possible.
If you switch over to a different brand of the same drug, the dosing may need to change. Talk to your doctor if such a switch has been made necessary.
If you are taking the delayed release tablet, make sure you don’t crush, chew or break it. Swallow it down with a glass of water. Breaking the tablet can cause an overdose.
If you miss a dose of this medicine, take it as soon as you remember.
If you are about to take the next one, skip the dose you missed and do not take extra.
If you overdose, call your local emergency services immediately. An overdose of Voveran can be fatal if not treated.
Common side effects include:
Diarrhea or constipation
More severe side effects include:
Pain in the chest
Nausea and vomiting
Bloody stools and vomit
Call a doctor if these side effects are noticed.
Do not take with: