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Toradol - Is this medicine for muscle pain like after a car wreck?

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Inactive 6 Mar 2012

Toradol is used in the treatment of pain; postoperative pain and belongs to the drug class nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agents.

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suzanne66 6 Mar 2012

Toradol is a potent non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). It is used short term (no longer than 5 days) to treat severe pain usually after surgery. It must be used cautiously because of potentially serious side effects.

snoopytann 7 Mar 2012

I use toradol when I get severe migraines as an injection. There is a limit of 2 injs of 60mg per week. So, no, it isn't for muscle pain. You need a NSAID like motrin. Good luck! free discount card

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