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Entocort EC - Entocort enema; it's so hard to apply it by myself The bottle is so impractible, it is
Posted 18 Dec 2016 by Gulce • 0 answers
... hard to discharge the drug, and also it is flowing out of the rectum while applying. Is there any practical way for it
I have been on salafalk since 2004 in the past year I have developed a weakness in my knees - Could?
Posted 23 May 2016 by Gypsy4 • 0 answers
... this be related to Sala after so long or more likely just getting old? I am 63
Posted 26 Dec 2015 by Duane Heath • 0 answers
... eyes are bothering me badly bloodshot
Posted 14 May 2012 • 5 answers
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 Apr 2012 by ProfessioalLady • 7 answers
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. Now about 1 month ago for depression, my doctor put me on Paxil instead of Zoloft, because Zoloft made me emotionless and could not speak up even if I ...
Posted 31 Mar 2014 by Sparky246 • 1 answer
What kind of prep is necessary?
Posted 14 Dec 2013 by ghopeful • 1 answer
My doctor did a poor job of explaining what I might expect to feel after I started this graduated regimen of Lialda. I am 60 and the only other prescription I take is gababentin as I had spine fusion (3 level) 3 years ago. I was on Pentasa for 2 weeks prior to starting Lialda.
Posted 8 Aug 2013 by geri_dunn • 1 answer
Does this mean just not to take at the same time frame as antacids
Posted 19 Jul 2013 by jack s • 1 answer
People frequently quote number of pills per days but not the mg per tablet. I am on 800 mg x2 AM and same PPM. So 320mg per day. Do you guys think this is high or low doze? ??
Posted 10 May 2013 by marthahagler • 2 answers
... virtually disappeared, I've cut it back to 1 in AM & PM. When I told my doctor/PA (new one), she said she would check, but wanted directions to reflect what I was actually taking. She sent new RX for 4 - 375mg daily. When questioned, she said to take AS DIRECTED! My 400mg said 2-twice ...
Posted 30 May 2012 by atompk • 1 answer
Before I started taking sulfasalazine I weighed 130lbs. Since taking this medication for approximately 2 yrs I am at a standstill weighing 120lbs. Could this be due to the medication?
Posted 9 Nov 2012 by Jumaha • 1 answer
I've been hypertensive and was just switched to exforge hct.ive also been started on the glucose contro drug recently and have been having bad stomach pain .also have NSAID ulcer due to prolonged use of ibuprofen etc. I also have benign thyroid nodules but no elevated thyroid hormones.what do ...
Posted 19 Jul 2012 by BJH12 • 1 answer
Even with my Rx drug plan, I have to pay over $72.00/month for my wife's Asacol Rx.
Posted 6 Sep 2012 by anyhelpoutthere • 1 answer
It has been used successfully by me for past 20 years for UC; now not covered by any insurance plan
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