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How much is Diclofenac through online pharmacies?

 

Question:
What are the prices of 3% Diclofenac sodium 100 grams tube gel?

Answer:

Diclofenac gel is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). Diclofenac gels reduce hormones that cause pain and inflammation, specifically joint pain caused by osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis. Diclofenac is also available as an oral tablet or patch.

 

Buy Diclofenac Through Online Pharmacies

 

You can buy a 100 g tube of Diclofenac 3% for around $200 with a coupon in the United States. Shopping verified online pharmacy prices can mean significant savings. We found a tube of Diclofenac 3% for $45 by comparing prices among international online pharmacies on PharmacyChecker.com.

 

Consumers can find Diclofenac for up to 77% off through verified online pharmacies.

 

Compare Prices for Diclofenac

 

You may be interested in our blogpost: Topical Pain Medications Much Cheaper Outside the U.S.

 

If purchasing Diclofenac gel 3% at your local U.S. pharmacy, it's most likely that your gel was manufactured in India or New Jersey.

 

 

Published 2/2/2018




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