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Why Use Iodex Ultra Gel?
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World’s No.1 Pain Reliever (1) 
Uses the same formulation as its global counterparts Voltaren and Voltarol, the world’s No. 1 pain relief product with 1.16% Diclofenac Diethylamine​
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7x Deeper Penetration (7,8)
Treats Pain at its root with 7x deeper penetration​
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Triple Effect Formula (2,3,4)
Reduces internal swelling, relieves pain at its root and speeds recovery
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Pleasant Odour (5,6)
Its unique Emulgel formulation is non-greasy, has a pleasant odour and exerts a cooling sensation at the site of application

1.  Nicholas Hall global OTC database 2016.  2.  Predel HG, et al. BMC Musculoskeletal Disord 2013;14:250.  3.  Zacher J, et al. Curr Med Res Opin 2008;24:925–50.   4.  Derry S, et al. Cochrane Database Sys Rev 2015;6:CD007402.    5.  Muller M, et al. Clin Pharmacol Ther 1997;62:293–9.   6.  Singh P, Roberts MS. J Pharmacol Exp Ther 1994;268:144–51.   7.  Voltaren Global CSS, Pg. 27.  8.  Voltaren Global CSS Topical Gels p. 67

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Consumer Testimonials
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“Immediate relief...”

"I used Iodex Ultra Gel for my stiff neck and lower back pain as I work long hours from home. To be honest, it has given me immediate relief and the mild odor is a plus point."

Sai, 23
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“Has done wonders...”

"The Iodex Gel has done wonders for my leg and ankle pain. I drive quite a lot as my work demands it, and the gel helps so much with the pain and irritation."

Vijaykumar, 54
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“No Strong Smell”

"I slipped and strained my leg and ankle. I used Iodex Ultra Gel for leg and back pain last week. It is good with no strong smell. Pain also reduced well."

Indra, 70
*The views expressed herein are solely those of the individuals based on their personal experience with our products and do not necessarily reflect the official position of GSK. Results may vary from person to person. GSK does not make any warranties about the completeness, reliability and accuracy of the information shared. GSK hereby disclaims any and all liability to any direct, indirect, implied, punitive, special, incidental or other consequential damages arising from any direct or indirect action undertaken by anyone basis this.
Understanding Chronic Pain Conditions
Osteoarthritis

What is it? Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common chronic (long-lasting) joint condition caused by the breakdown of protective tissues, called cartilage, between the joints.
What causes it? This damage can accumulate over time, which is why age is one of the leading causes of joint damage leading to osteoarthritis.
What are its symptoms? The most common symptoms include pain, tenderness, stiffness and swelling. It occurs most often in older people, although it can occur in adults of any age.
What are the treatments? Selfcare, medication, physiotherapy and sometimes surgery are some ways to help reduce pain and maintain joint movement.
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Rheumatoid Arthritis

What is it? Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune disorder, which means your body attacks itself.
What causes it? If you have RA, your body interprets the soft lining around your joints as a threat, like a virus or bacteria, and attacks it, causing fluid to accumulate within your joint.
What are its symptoms? As RA progresses, symptoms like pain, stiffness and inflammation can develop in larger joints such as knees, shoulders, and ankles. RA is a symmetrical disease. That means you’ll experience symptoms on both sides of your body at the same time.
What are the treatments? While there is no cure for RA, physiotherapy and medication can help slow the disease’s progression. 
Rheumatoid Arthritis

What is it? Cervical spondylosis is a common, age-related condition that affects the joints and discs in your cervical spine, which is in your neck.
What causes it? It is caused by the wear and tear of cartilage and bones. While it’s primarily the result of age, it can be caused by other factors as well. 
What are its symptoms? Possible causes of the condition include bone spurs, dehydrated spinal discs, herniated discs, injuries, ligament stiffness and overuse.
What are the treatments? If symptoms occur, treatments include medication, corticosteroid injections, physiotherapy and sometimes surgery. 
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Frequently Asked Questions

Should I wash my hands after using Iodex?


After application, the hands should be wiped with e.g. an absorbent paper (not wet wipes) and then washed (unless the pain you are treating is in your hands). The absorbent paper should be thrown in the trash after use. Wait until Iodex Ultra Gel dries before showering or bathing.




Can I use Iodex Ultra Gel while pregnant?


The use of Iodex Ultra Gel containing the non-steroidal inflammatory drug (NSAID) diclofenac, has not been studied in pregnant women. Iodex Ultra Gel should only be used under medical advice during the first 6 months of pregnancy and the dose should be kept as low and duration of treatment as short as possible. Do not use if you are in the last 3 months of pregnancy.




Can you take Iodex Ultra Gel when breastfeeding?


With topical medicated products like Iodex Ultra Gel, where the product is applied to the skin, it is not known whether diclofenac is excreted in breast milk. Therefore, it is not recommended to use these products while breastfeeding, unless advised by a doctor or healthcare professional. If your doctor recommends using Iodex topical products, they should not be applied to the breasts or to large areas of skin, nor should they be used for a prolonged period of time.