I have been getting shots for the past year in my neck, back, wrists, and right leg. I am receiving shots in the groin area now for my right leg. I'm not sure if the doctor is still using this combination, but I know he was for awhile. I usually get at least a series of shots once a week. Now I'm having problems with brusing really bad on both arms. I have been sent to a hematologist as of yesterday and there doing a bolld work-up on me and also took a urine sample. I was just curious after reading about this. Thank you.
Is the mixture of Toradol and Kenalog in a shot bad for your body?
Question posted by BrownLadyCorba on 1 March 2011
Last updated on 11 June 2011 by Marvell
I realize this answer is very late and hopefully your problem has resolved by now. If you have received any diagnosis from your doctor I would be interested to know.
The bruising wouldn't be due to an interaction between these medicines but. Toradol can affect platelet activity.
Toradol: Hematologic side effects have included purpura, thrombocytopenia, epistaxis, inhibition of platelet aggregation, increased bleeding time, leukopenia, and eosinophilia.
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