Ketorolac Tramadol Medication

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Carole Says:

I was given this drug in Mexico after a serious accident. What is the difference in this drug and ordinary Tramadol? My physician in the states has prescribed regular Tramadol for pain of arthritis and fibromyalgia.

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Verwon Says:

The medication from Mexico contained both Ketorolac and Tramadol. Ketorolac is a potent nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory, used to treat pain, fever and swelling.

Tramadol is a relatively mild opiate narcotic that is just used to treat pain.

Putting an NSAID, with the Narcotic tends to enhance the analgesic effects.


As similar medication that is available in the U.S. would be Ultracet, which is also available as a generic, it couples the Tramadol with Acetaminophen.


Is there anything else I can help with?

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Richard Says:
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My back is killing me can I I take diabetic pills and I take high blood pressure pills and cholesterol pills is it safe to take this kind of medicine because right now I have pain in my lower back

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Robert Says:
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Im diabetic and on dialysis. Can i take this medication?

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Maureen Says:
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I was given Ketorolaco/Tramadol 10mg/25 mg 2 tabs q 4 hrs, following an acute migraine in Mexico. They did give me a shot 1st which seemed to help. I generally can not take anti inflammatories. I do occassionally use sprix but even that upsets my stomachs.. so I have I have to use it cautiously

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monroy Says:
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can ketoraco/tramadol be used for a headache. or migrane

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Nena Says:
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Re: Verwon (# 1)

Are there withdrawal when stopping this medication

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Tracy Says:
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Re: Robert (# 3)

Any NSAIDs are contraindicated for those with renal problems. The Ketorolac is the NSAID in this medication.

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monroy Says:
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so is trmadol with keterolaco. good medine or not?

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Kasey Says:
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What color pills do Ketorolac and Tramadol come in, cause I really need to know?

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Tracy Says:
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Re: Kasey (# 9)

Blue and white capsules are the ones that I've seen.

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