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confused that he would do that as ketorolac is an NSAID, like ibuprofen, and can increase bleeding.
Think Tylenol is a much better choice.
I think it would be worth asking your prescribing doctor about this because if you have bleeding it can make it worse and people will often get bleeding with diverticulosis.
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to answer your final question.
yes, certainly okay to use sparingly, but not with active bleeding.
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Tylenol would be the best if it helps.
I do not think there is any credible evidence showing ketorolac is superior to ibuprofen. It may be more convenient.
I think this problem will go away after your surgery.