Toradol Pills

A healthcare provider may prescribe Toradol® (ketorolac tromethamine) to treat moderate-to-severe pain. Several forms and strengths of this medication are available.
 
Available in the form of an injection and tablets (pills), Toradol can help reduce pain caused by many conditions, including a medical procedure, kidney stones, and cancer. This medication can also be administered through an intravenous (IV) line.
 
It typically takes about 30 minutes for Toradol to start relieving pain. The maximum effect occurs within two to three hours and lasts, on average, four to six hours.
 
(For a closer look at these injections and pills, click Toradol. This article explains how Toradol works, potential side effects, general dosing guidelines, and information on what to tell your healthcare provider before using it.)
 
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