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Posted 24 Oct 2016 by Fantasia20 • 0 answers
I am very concerned about losing hair as I see it is one of the possible side effects. Also if one does lose some hair while on this medication, does the hair grow back if you stop using the medication?
Posted 1 Aug 2016 by TLACKEY1963 • 0 answers
... with your skin? I need to wear sleeves on forearms there are so bruised and if I hit something OI bleed non stop
Posted 5 May 2016 by aemon511 • 1 answer
I just came to know that I have UC and my doctor recommended this Lialda (2 tabs daily/1.2gm). Its been just two weeks as of today. I see here people talking about change in the diet to become normal. I would like to know exactly what change you are talking about. Please help me here, I need your ...
Posted 9 May 2016 by ohjeezthatguy • 0 answers
So I was instructed by my GI doctor to take this as needed for 1 to 2 weeks when having a mild ulcerative colitis flare and see what happens. I was diagnosed with U.C. about 5 years ago and haven't used the Canasa supp. much until now; I take 5 pills of Asacol daily (800 mg tablets). I'm ...
Posted 15 Feb 2016 by sandicelina • 0 answers
... colitis. On 3 occasions I have developed severe infections. One was life-threatening and yet my GI continues to prescribe it. Help?
Posted 1 Sep 2014 by cscott36 • 1 answer
but I can not get asacol cause they raised there price so my insurance will not cover it anymore lialda does not work like asacol hd
Posted 15 Aug 2015 by Mary0123 • 0 answers
Does this drug come in an injectable? My husband is getting a good response, but is queasy taking it. Also, will he be taking the lialda continually along with it? Thanks
Posted 12 Mar 2015 by MedRX • 1 answer
Posted 9 Feb 2015 by peas • 1 answer
... prohibitive colitis meds. We went to pick up my sons prescription and they wanted $1,051.98 after insurance. He can't afford this he has a family of 5 and it just isn't possible. Especially if he is to be on this for the rest of his life. The cheaper drug sulfasalazine his Dr. does ...
My GI specialist reduce my Pentasa from 8 tablets/days to 6 tablets/day, which is great news, but I?
Posted 7 Dec 2014 by Nova McKelvey • 1 answer
... have had a headache all day. Just wondering if I could be go through withdraw from the the change in my meds. Any ideas?
Posted 23 Jun 2014 by martinp • 1 answer
Got ulcerative crohns colitis and woke up with a very bad back so need pain relief
Posted 14 Aug 2014 by kdwont715 • 2 answers
He is now complaining that he can't sleep. My question is, is salicylic acid a stimulant when ingested?
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