I went to an urgent care for severe head/neck pain which started while lifting weights one week prior. The PA gave me a Toradol injectionand prescribed Baclofen and Ibuprofen. I am feeling a bit dizzy now, two days later, so I looked up Toradol. I found that the combined use of Toradol and Ibuprofen is contraindicated. However, most of the effects I find relate to the effect the combination has on the stomach or kidneys. To me, this suggests only a problem with the chemicals combining in the digestive tract. However, if they cause a problem there, they probably shouldn't be combined in the body anywhere else either. Does anyone have further insight to offer on this situation?
Toradol (Keterolac) and Ibuprofen Interactions?
Question posted by tycoon7 on 15 April 2016
See if the injection helps if so stay away from the ibuprofen for at least 3 days from injection. If it is you le first shot it will last maybe 3-5 days. Take the baclofen soon after the shoot and continue as prescribed. Toroidal was to get immediate relief and once it wears off you got the ibuprofen. If it doesn't work then go back and tell the doctor. Toradol in the right dosage with a vitamin b and d complex works best and can be a very useful drug with muscle spasms and imflammation.
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