What is Toradol?
As a nonsteroidal non-inflammatory drug (NSAID), Toradol is a very strong prescription medication. It is not addictive nor is it a narcotic, but there can be serious side effects if used improperly. In addition, Toradol helps treat Hangovers, Eczema, Food Poisoning, Gout, Heat Exhaustion, Kidney Stones, Medication Side Effects, and PMS.
Toradol is an NSAID that must be prescribed by a doctor. In addition, it is not a narcotic since it is not made from opium or a synthetic version of opium. Further, it is not addictive. So, it is not regulated as a controlled substance. The main purpose of Toradol is to reduce inflammation, fever, swelling, and pain. However, doctors do not fully understand how it works to reduce prostaglandins, which causes inflammation. As a strong NSAID, it should not be taken for long periods of time. Plus, there are some serious side effects if taken incorrectly or for too long. Toradol should only be taken for up to five days as a pain reliever. In fact, it can be administered through IV, injections, tablets, and sprayed in your nose. Since Toradol is also used after surgery, an IV or injection is more likely than a tablet.
What are the side effects of Toradol?
As with most medications, Toradol has a few minor side effects. For example, they include:
- Upset stomach
However, Toradol is a very strong medication. As a result, serious side effects may also occur. For instance, people who take Toradol may have side effects like:
- Kidney or liver disease
- Bleeding, particularly in the stomach.
- Ulcers and other issues within the stomach or intestines.
- Heart attack or stroke (don’t take Toradol if you’ve ever had a heart attack or stroke.)
In addition, do NOT take Toradol with other NSAIDs (like Aspirin), steroids, or blood thinners. Finally, do NOT drink or smoke while taking Toradol.