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    Toradol injections.
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    bradcrowne posted:
    Toradol is a Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug . It is used to reduce the pain and inflammation that follows cases of surgery. Though Toradol Injection is given for pain, it seldom cures the condition that causes the pain; it only erases the symptoms. Toradol should be taken only if it is prescribed by a physician because it has several side effects such as allergies and if you are pregnant. Toradol can affect fertility and cause issues if used during pregnancy. Various factors that accompany pregnancy will be adversely affected with Toradol. It can cause problems with the ability to develop babies and contaminates breast milk. The effect that Toradol contaminated milk can have on the baby is still a matter of research.
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