When I went to the restroom tonight, I found a whole pill in my stool. I take Asacol 3 times a day, want to know if I need to be worried?
5 Jun 2010
It has been reported with In 2% to 3% of patients in clinical studies. Intact or partially intact tablets have been reported in the stool. If this occurs repeatedly, you should contact your doctor/pharmacist for help, guess its not too much of a worry, but however seek medical advice.
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