Ketorolac has been shown to cause some side effects. If these mild reactions do not go away within a few days, talk to your health care provider.
Common side effects of the oral or IV administration of ketorolac include:
- Constipation/ diarrhea
This is not a complete list of adverse reactions. If you experience fever, blisters, swelling, difficulty breathing, or other more serious effects, talk to your health care provider right away.
Common side effects of topical eye drops containing ketorolac include:
- Light sensitivity
If these symptoms do not go away shortly after applying the eye drops, talk to your health care provider right away.
As with all prescription medication, be sure to inform the prescribing doctor about any medical conditions you have been previously diagnosed with, as well as any medication/ supplements you are currently taking. In addition, let your doctor know if you are pregnant or plan on becoming pregnant. Ketorolac can affect fetal health and cause problems with delivery.