Why you can not take toradol if allergic to aspirin?

Both NSAIDs. They are both members of the NSAID class. As such, an allergy to one makes allergy to others within the class too likely to risk.

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Why you can not take toradol if allergic to aspirin?

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. Read more...

If I am allergic to aspirin, can I get a ketorolac injection?

Maybe. It depends on the type of reaction you have when you take aspirin. If you have asthma and taking Aspirin makes asthma worse then you can't take any NSAID except tylenol (acetaminophen) & celebrex. If Aspirin gives you hives then you should be able to safely take any other nsaid. Please discuss the specifics with a board-certified allergist. Read more...
Yes but risky. Aspirin allergy and NSAID allergy don't have 100% overlap, but there is enough that if you have a true allergy to one kind of NSAID (aspirin) we advise you avoid all, unless you have undergone desensitization. Read more...