There are medications and medical conditions that may interact with Ketorol. You need to inform your doctor if any of the following conditions apply to you.
You are pregnant, plan on becoming pregnant or are breast-feeding
You use prescription or nonprescription medicine, herbal preparation or dietary supplement
Have allergies to foods, medicines or any other substance
Have a history of liver or kidney problems, stomach or bowl problems or diabetes
Have a history of swelling or fluid buildup, growths in the nasal polyps, asthma or mouth inflammation
Suffer from high blood pressure, bleeding or clotting problems, blood disorders, blood vessel disease, and heart problems or have a high risk of any of these diseases.
Have poor health, low fluid volume, dehydration or low blood sodium levels
You drink alcohol or have a history of alcohol abuse or you smoke
You must always use the Ketorol tablets exactly as directed by your doctor. You should also read the information on the label to further understand the exact dosing instructions.
The tablets should be taken by mouth. You should take the medicine with food if it upsets your stomach. However, taking the medicine with food will not lower the risk of bowel or stomach problems. Speak to your doctor regarding the persistence of stomach upset.
Ketorol should not be used for more than 5 days. The medicine is not indicated for the treatment of mild to moderate or chronic pain. Discard any unused tablets. If you miss a dose, take it as soon as you remember but only if it is not almost time for the next dose
Ketorol may cause harm to an unborn baby. Don’t use the drug within 3 months of pregnancy.
Store at room temperature and far from direct heat and moisture.
Mild stomach upset or pain
Nausea and/or Vomiting
Several allergic reaction includes hives, itching, rash, difficulty breathing, swelling of the mouth, face, lips or tongue, tightness in the chest, unusual hoarseness
Black or bloody tarry stools
Cloudy or bloody urine
Change in the amount of urine produced
Persistent flu-like symptoms
Ketorol tablets may cause dizziness or drowsiness. Alcohol and certain medicines will make the dizziness worse. Avoid engaging in activities that require undivided attention once you take the medicine. Don’t drive or engage in other possible unsafe tasks.
The use of Ketorol can cause serious stomach ulcers or bleeding. This happens if you take it for a long time or if you smoke, or drink alcohol.