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Why you can not take toradol if allergic to aspirin?
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Dr. Bennett Werner
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: Combined risk
Ketorolac (the generic form of toradol, which has been discontinued in the usa) should not taken with Aspirin because of the combined risk of gastrointestinal distress, ulceration, bleeding, perforation and death.

In brief: Combined risk
Ketorolac (the generic form of toradol, which has been discontinued in the usa) should not taken with Aspirin because of the combined risk of gastrointestinal distress, ulceration, bleeding, perforation and death.
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