I am intolerant to NDAIDS except for Torodol. I haven't had any stomach issues with Torodol, and it works very well on inflammation. Can this injection and 5-day dosing occur monthly or bi-monthly?
Ketorolac - Can Torodol (injection followed by 5 days orally) be used monthly?
- 15 Jul 2016 by KLSP1
- 18 July 2016
- toradol, pain, ketorolac, injection, stomach, inflammation
Added 15 Jul 2016:
I suffer from moderate chronic pain, and genetic testing has revealed that Torodol is the only NDAID that my body can process.
KLSP1; I am sorry nobody got to your question but NO this can't be used on a regular basis, It was even pulled off the market years back along with a couple others. I had the same problem you do this worked great but doctor would not give me more than the original prescription because of the bad long term effect. Have you ever uses the generic Mobic, It is a little different than the regular INSAID'S AND is in the same family as Celebrex. Here is a little info from our site here on the Torodol so you see what I'm telling you. ((Ketorolac is used for:
The short-term (up to 5 days) treatment of moderately severe pain (usually after surgery), alone or in combination with other medicines.
Ketorolac is an NSAID. Exactly how it works is not known. It may block certain substances in the body that are linked to inflammation. NSAIDs treat the symptoms of pain and inflammation. good luck,
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