My insurance is dropping asacol from my plan. what should I replace it with?

Answers (1)

4 Nov 2011

I realize this answer is very, very late but may help someone in future.

In circumstances like this your doctor is the best person to advise you of alternatives. The link below has names of other medicines, which can be used to treat ulcerative colitis.

http://www.drugs.com/condition/ulcerative-colitis-active.html

http://www.drugs.com/condition/ulcerative-colitis-maintenance.html

Votes: +0

Further Information

Search for questions

Still looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question.

Similar questions

Ulcerative Colitis -- Active - What are the side affects of long term use of asacol supps?

I mean besides the ususal side effects,specially on the ulcers, and is this drug a steroid?

1 answer 1 Mar 2011

Why Asacol not working for Ulcerative Colitis like it used to?

I was recently diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis in the beginning of this year, and when Asacol was prescribed, my fever and bloody stool were gone. ...

5 answers 12 Apr 2012

Are there discounts that are available for Asacol ?

Even with my Rx drug plan, I have to pay over $72.00/month for my wife's Asacol Rx.

1 answer 19 Jul 2012

Ulcerative Colitis -- Maintenance - Looking for the lowest cost for Dipentum?

It has been used successfully by me for past 20 years for UC; now not covered by any insurance plan

1 answer 6 Sep 2012

Ulcerative Colitis - I was diagnosed yesterday with UC, what drugs do you take?

It has been active for almost 3 months (Mild to moderate) dr prescribed Delzicol. It is almost 900/mo! I don't have insurance and I am on ...

1 answer 30 Jul 2013