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Does this medication help with Endomitious pain? I'm stuck in Mexico for Bussines and I was given this medication but I'm used to taking 50mg tramadol 2pills 3 times a day. So I'm thinking this med won't be strong enough. ## Hello, Kiki! How are you? Dolac contains the active ingredient Ketorolac, which is an NSAID, but it is the strongest one available. However, the only way to see if it helps is by trying it. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach irritation. Learn more Dolac details here. When will you be back in the states to see your doctor? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Tramadol.
Mon, Dec 30 '13, 4:26 PM
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Is this drug a good pain medication for my feet and arm ## Dolac is listed as containing the active ingredient Ketorolac, which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that's used to treat pain, fever and swelling. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach irritation. Learn more Ketorolac details here. And before taking it, you should consult your doctor and follow their instructions. Since this is an NSAID, there are some potential risks associated with taking it, which is why it requires a prescription in most countries. Are there any questions or concerns? ...
Updated 4 years ago in Ketorolac.
Wed, May 22 '13, 12:51 PM
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l0 mg. ## Hello, Based on my research, Dolac contains the active ingredient Ketorolac; which is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that's used to treat pain, fever and swelling. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache and stomach irritation. Dosage: The dosage for oral administration is (10 mg) 4x a day as needed. The maximum daily dose shouldn't exceed (40 mg). You can learn more about this drug on the page for Ketorolac Details I hope this info helps! ...
Updated 4 years ago in Ketorolac.
Wed, May 29 '13, 12:54 AM
Ketorolaco...Dolac 10 mg
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will this drug help with my feet and arm pain? ## I was given the drug Dolac by a dentist in Mexico for toothache pain. Is this an antibiotic or just a pain pill? ## NSAID..... Anti inflamatory pain pill similar to Aspirin, but much stronger. It is a great med. ## Yes, Ketorolac is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory that's used to treat pain, fever and swelling. It may cause side effects, such as nausea, headache, drowsiness and stomach pain. ## I suffer from arthritis, and muscle pain. Will this medicine help ease the pain? ## It did help me a great deal, I was temporarly living (in an isolated town) outside Mexico city, and they did not have the medication I was taking in the US. (intramuscular injections) so for a while 1 1/2 year had to use ketorolaco for pain., worked for me and ... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Aspirin.
Tue, May 02 '17, 12:47 AM
dolac ketorolaco
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white 10 mg ## 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. ## Ketorolac is an anti-inflammatory. ## 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!!!!!!! ## 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 hour... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Ketorolac.
Fri, Sep 23 '16, 2:31 PM
Dolac 30 Mg After Open Heart Surgery
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I had open heart surgery a few weeks ago and still have pain in my chest and back and arms from the operation. My Doctor says that taking Dolac 30 Mg will make my legs swell and yet the 10 Mg she has presecribed for me is not working at all. Any advice on this? Any others have adverse reactions such as swollen legs or whatever. Help in the form of an informed answered would be much appreciate. ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Tue, Mar 29 '11, 5:46 PM
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Tiny white with 57 on one side...other side hard to make out but looks like it has an O on it ## i was identifing a tiny wht pill, markings Dolac on one side and blank on the other. box markings are ketorolaco 10 mg. i think its for pain. hope this helps you. ...
Updated 9 years ago.
Sun, Feb 03 '08, 12:03 PM

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