User Reviews for Toradol IM

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Review by D1nonly2:

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1.0

For Pain: Went to urgent care for neck, shoulder, and arm pain. Had taken ibuprofen, naproxen, aspirin, and muscle relaxants to no avail. Given a shot in the hip. Felt tingling throughout my limbs but only slight decrease in neck pain. By the time I got home, less than 2 hours, pain was back at the same level as before the shot.

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May 18, 2014 4:49 PM

Review by Anonymous:

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8.0

For Pain: Works very well. Only problem is the limited use restriction of 5 days. Rheumatoid arthritis pain is continual and ibuprofen my regular nsaid of use has little effect of late. I am referring to the oral administration of toradol the i. M. Shot will last 24 hours.

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November 6, 2011 1:28 AM

Review by moses16:

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9.0

For Pain: I see several people have had adverse reactions to using Toradol. As for myself, I've spent the last 38 years with severe cluster headache syndrome (also called the suicide headache) almost every week to every other week I get those headaches and it has been that way for 38 years. The one thing that ever worked for me to relieve the constant pain was Demerol (100 u) at a time. Normally one shot was all I needed and the pain would go away for a week or so. However, the older I get the more the pain occur. I now take a shot with 100 U of Demerol, 60 u of Toradol and 40 u of Phenergan (antinausea). That combination has been very good for me to stop the pain for at least a month or so. It does help most of the time.

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March 18, 2011 12:43 AM

Review by Back Bacon Boy:

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10

As a teenager 34 years ago, I injured my back at work and have experienced chronic problems with excruciating pain ever since. I've had all sorts of prescription pain medicines like Lortab, Percodan, etc. During a recent episode, my General Practitioner gave me Toradol by intramuscular injection. Within 10-15 minutes, severe back pain totally disappeared and without the side effects caused by some oral medicines. I highly recommend Toradol.

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