Dolac Ketorolaco

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terri Says:
i was just prescribed this medicine in mexico, the reason , i was diagnosed with a infection called bartolina . the left side of the vagina was swollen 5xs its size and very painful . it started three days ago ,and it is better, the pills didnt give me any problems except for a pillow mouth , very sour taste.

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Verwon Says:
Ketorolac is an anti-inflammatory.


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felipe Says:
I had a very severe tothache, a co-worker gave me supradol (ketorolaco) sublingual. and the pain went away for more than twelve hours. 4 days later, dentist took the tooth out and i bought them for pain relief.... THEY'RE GREAT!!!!!!!

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Connie Says:
I have been prescribed this pill(10 mg) for a tooth abscess/infection pain. After the Dr put on the temporary fillings the pain increased significantly. I am requiring 10 mg every 2-3 hours. Is this unsafe? Can I take 2 tabs and get longer pain relief?

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Leo Says:
Please belive feel afraid of medicine in Mexico, but let me tell you that it's the best. Here in America doctors don't prescribe you anything because they're afraid of legal stuff but in Mexico they just think in good health. They'll give you for sure the medicine you need.

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patrice Says:
I have been getting a lot of dental work in a short period of time in Mexico. Today, I got so much done that they perscribed me this medicine called Ketorolaco. I'm finishing the dental work in the morning, and I just took my first dose. Iso we'll see. But I'm in so much pain and my cheeks are swallen like a chipmonk, so right now I would do anything to get rid of this pain. Orajel, is a miricle as well. So, hopefully, this works becauase before I got this, i had never even heard of it.

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Samantha Says:
I have been taking this foryears for severe cramps to severe migranes. My Grandmother is a doctor In mexico and she gave me these... They work good....

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Philip Says:
I just try these that my dentist in Mexico just ask me to take after two teeth removed and two implants done. So far no pain will keep you posted

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Cody Says:
Just had extensive dental work done in Mex. I was given this drug for pain, turns out it takes out all the inflammation therefore completely eliminating what was once quite painfull. I highly recommend Dolac.

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Arthur Says:
I have had very extensive work done on my mouth, crowns all the way around top and bottom. 10mg does not help but two 30mg orals are helping a great deal, some pain remains. 10mg does not upset the stomach but 60mg does but beats the pain. Can not imagine what I am doing to my liver and kidneys. My head seems to be clear. Will see if 10mg tabs will help when serious pain comes back in a few hours.

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olga Says:
I'm also taking Dolac but the generic brand rometran-k Ketorolaco 10mg

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Ralph Says:
My mom said to take this if I had pain in my body and it worked thanks ketorolaco. It really worked WOW !!!!

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Leo813 Says:
I was prescribed Supradol (30 mg sublingual) in Mexico for severe dental pain. It worked wonderfully in about 30 minutes. I purchased a little more than I needed. This morning I work up with severe pain from diverticulitis and took one. My doctor's appointment isn't until later today. The pain has already eased. Now I wish I had purchased more when I was there. This doesn't affect your mind as much as Vicodin or other pain killers I've taken.

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Liz Says:
Do you or your grandmother know if the anti-infalmatory-Ketorolaco is related to Aspirin. I have a hiatus hernia and cannot take anything with Aspirin in it.

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Melissa Says:
40 mg is the max a day, for 5 days max! It is a great pain drug but be careful with it (I'm a PharmD).

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Leo813 Says:
Thank you for your educated response, Melissa. Would you mind explaining just a bit about "being careful" with this drug? They cost a fair amount, so I only buy a few at a time. I took one several days ago and have only one left. Is the "careful" referring to anything addictive about this drug?

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JT Taylor Says:
these meds are a very powerful NSAID much like Aspirin - they will cause severe ulcers in the stomach and mouth with prolonged use of more than a week. Please ask your doctor about prescribing a very high quality stomach buffer. This is my personal experience and I am not in the medical profession.

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JT Taylor Says:
My personal reading and experience says it is worse than aspirin (though very related) for the stomach and even the mouth. Please talk to the doctor before touching the NSAID. It is a fantastic pain killer but is very hard on the mucos linings. Ask about Inter-Muscular injections instead?? I hope that is helpful.

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Leo813 Says:
Thank you so much for your description of the side effects, JT! This makes sense! I will use it only for relief of severe pain on an occasion basis.

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Samie Says:
Do You know if you can find it in America?

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