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What is Toradol: Effective (and Non-Addictive) Pain Relief

Toradol: What Is It? Uses, Benefits, & More

What is Toradol: Effective (and Non-Addictive) Pain Relief

The dangers of opioid painkillers are well known. In 2019 alone, 9.7 million people in America abused opioids. In an effort to avoid those pitfalls, many people are looking for pain relief that is strong enough to get the job done but not too strong to become addicting. That’s where Toradol can be useful. It may be an effective component of pain therapy, especially when administered through an injection or IV infusion.

What Is Toradol And How Does It Work?

Toradol is the brand name for ketorolac. Unlike opioids, it’s a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID). That means it’s not a narcotic and it’s not addictive, but it’s also more potent than typical over-the-counter pain medications, which makes it useful for more intense pain.

As part of the body’s inflammatory response, the blood cells produce a substance called prostaglandin to fight off potential infections or injuries. Prostaglandins trigger a rush of blood to the affected area that can cause inflammation as well as warmth, redness, swelling, and, yes, pain. Toradol decreases inflammation pain by reducing prostaglandin production. 

What Is Toradol Used For?

This medication is designated for short-term use to counter the effects of moderate to severe pain. It can help with:

  • Post-surgical incision pain
  • Sports or overuse injuries
  • Acute pain caused by medical conditions such as kidney stones, migraines, or sickle cell disease

Toradol can negatively interact with various types of drugs, including muscle relaxants, blood thinners, and steroid medications. Also, it may not be recommended if you have a history of heart disease, asthma, kidney or liver disease, stomach ulcers, or inflammatory bowel disease, among other conditions. Talk about your health history and current medications with your Toradol injection or IV provider before treatment.

How Is Toradol Administered?

Toradol is available as an oral medication, but it loses effectiveness as it’s absorbed in your digestive tract first. It may also take a little longer to feel the effects. That’s why people opt for a Toradol shot or IV. These quick procedures deliver the promise of faster relief by infusing the medication into the blood or affected muscle area. 

With a Toradol IV, the medication can be included in a drip bag as part of a sterile saline solution with electrolytes, vitamins, and minerals. One popular way to do this is by adding Toradol to a Myers’ Cocktail. This is a great all-purpose IV treatment with many uses. Its popularity is due to a scientifically proven combination of ingredients. These include:

  • B Complex vitamins
  • Vitamin B12
  • Vitamin C
  • Magnesium
  • Glutathione
  • Zinc

These ingredients are helpful if you’re suffering from the effects of considerable pain. The B vitamins alleviate pain; B12 and vitamin C also support healthy nerves and blood cells. Glutathione is an antioxidant that fights free radicals that cause oxidative stress, adding wear and tear to your body. Magnesium also helps ease pain, while zinc aids in tissue repair, which is beneficial if your pain is caused by surgery or injury. 

An injection or IV treatment, which is performed in less than an hour, can bring immediate symptom relief. During the treatment, a medical professional will clean and prep the injection area for the shot or IV. In the case of an IV, the provider will attach a needle to the drip bag so the fluids can flow down into the body. When the procedure is complete, the medical professional will bandage the insertion point, and you can go about your normal day.

Toradol can cause some side effects. These include dizziness, headaches, or upset stomach and nausea. This medication is not designed for long-term use, and it can cause serious side effects if used for more than a few days. Your IV or injection provider should detail the potential risks and benefits of Toradol for your particular use. 

Why You Should Use Mobile IV Nurses for a Toradol Shot or IV

Mobile IV Nurses is the leading provider of mobile IV therapy. That means we perform our treatments—IVs and injections—in the location of your choice, such as your home, office, or hotel room. This service is especially convenient if your pain prevents you from moving too much or even keeps you from traveling for treatment. You can relax and be as comfortable as possible while we take care of you. 

When you work with us, you also get the benefit of our medical expertise. Our team of professionals consists of registered nurses and paramedics who are experts in IVs and injections. They follow all best practices for safety and patient care, and they use their medical knowledge to help you find the treatment that delivers the best results for you. We customize therapy for each and every patient. 

You also receive the assurance of affordable treatment with Mobile IV Nurses. We’ve priced our IV and injection packages so they’re budget-friendly. Add in the fact that we have numerous locations throughout Arizona, and you can see why we’re the best choice for mobile treatment. 

Living with the discomfort of pain is tough. But you can still find a powerful, effective treatment to ease that pain without the risks of opioids. Contact Mobile IV Nurses to discuss your options for Toradol treatment and how it can work for you.

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