15 Aug 2009
Nabumetone is an NSAID where vics are RX opiates. They are NOT the same at all.
Lots of times they use toradol for kidney stones. It's also an NSAID but stronger and normally only used about five days.
If they won't give you a controlled substance then ask for toradol at least. It should help take the edge off at least.
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