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What are the side effects of Acuvail?

Typical side effects of taking Acuvail (ketorolac) include: temporary burning in the eyes, swollen eyelids, headaches and blurred vision. More serious side effects include: skin rashes, prolonged eye pain, intense burning or itching in the eye, changes to vision, sensitivity to light, an increase in drainage from the eyes and cornea damage. If you have any difficulty with blood clotting and swelling or irritation around the eyes or mouth, contact your doctor right away. Signs of an allergic reaction include trouble breathing or swallowing. If you experience these symptoms, seek immediate medical attention.

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