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Who should not take ketorolac?

You should not take ketorolac if you are at risk of any of the severe side effects. This includes people who have a history of problems with the heart, stomach or kidneys, as well as people who already have issues with blood clotting. Ketorolac should be not be given to children under 16 years of age. It should also be used with caution in elderly patients. It should not be given late in pregnancy or during surgery. It should, of course, not be given to anyone who knows they are allergic to it.

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