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Who should not use diclofenac topical solution?

Talk to your doctor before using diclofenac topical solution if you have a history of stomach or intestinal bleeding, ulcers, asthma, cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, liver or kidney disease or bleeding or clotting disorders or if you take anticoagulants (sometimes called blood thinners). You should also talk to your doctor if you are pregnant or breastfeeding or plan to become pregnant. If you are unsure if diclofenac topical solution is right for you, talk to your doctor.

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