Skip to Content

Can u take toradol while your breastfeeding?

Question is Closed
Report Favorite

Answers (1)

10 Nov 2009

No. Toradol is distributed into breast milk. Toradol use while breast-feeding is contraindicated due to potential adverse effects to the nursing infant from NSAID-induced prostaglandin inhibition.

Votes: +0

Further Information

Search for questions

Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.

Similar questions

I am a diabetic and use toradol shots every 8 days, is there a large risk?

My toradol shots are 60mg, I take insulin once a day, these shots help a lot as I have a bad back and hips.

5 answers 18 Aug 2010

Have 30 mlgm bottle of toradol?

is this liguid useable if swallowed instead of injection

1 answer 12 Feb 2011

Toradol Injection followed by Proteinuria -- Safe to Receive Again?

I have suffered many years with chronic low back pain stemming from the L4-5 level. Here's the problem/question: When the pain is unbearable I ...

1 answer 8 Dec 2011

Does Suboxone interfere with Toradol like a Percocet would?

Tooth out and taking Toradol- what with Suboxone?I had my tooth pulled today. It was one that had a part of it left from a crown/cap I lost a couple ...

5 answers 19 Mar 2012