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Ketorolac is for short-term (5 days) managing of moderate and serious pain. The drug may be taken alone as well as together with other drugs.

The medication belongs to NSAIDs. Acting in the body it does not allow particular substances (prostaglandins) to be produced by the injured tissue and thus it lowers inflammation.

Ketorolac is not appropriate for people allergic to its ingredients and people who have experienced a serious allergic reaction such as dizziness, rash, hives, breathing difficulties to aspirin or any of NSAID drugs including celecoxib, ibuprofen, and naproxen. People with ulcers or serious stomach disorders (such as bleeding, perforation), kidney diseases, bleeding troubles (stroke, hemorrhage) also those who are planning to have surgery are not to use Ketorolac. Breast-feeding women or in labor or delivery as well as patients who use aspirin, aminoglycoside (gentamicin), probenecid, also heparin, methotrexate, tacrolimus, or any NSAID (like ibuprofen, celecoxib).

If you fall into the group mentioned above, contact your doctor.

If the symptoms persist or worsen you should refer to professional help.

The information provided is a general description of the medical facts concerning the drug. If you need more detailed explanation about the use of the medication and its effects you should refer to the doctor or other specialist in medicine.

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