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Who should not use Solaraze (diclofenac sodium)?

Certain people are at a higher risk for the serious side effects from diclofenal contained in Solaraze (diclofenac sodium). Do not use Solaraze topical gel if you have ever had an allergic reaction or other types of reactions to aspirin or any other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). Do not use Solaraze before or right after bypass heart surgery, in the last trimester of pregnancy or while breastfeeding. Let your doctor know before using Solaraze if you have heart, kidney or liver disease, any blood disorders or gastrointestinal conditions. Solaraze gel should not be used on broken or irritated skin.

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