She had an allergic reaction (itching and rash) to a different brand when she first started taking it a year ago. She just received a new prescription through Express Scripts and has been taking it 4 days. There was a delay in receiving the prescription and she took only 1 pill for 1 1/2 weeks and no pills for 5 days. She has started getting itching. She noticed that the pill capsules look different. Have any of the inactive ingredients changed?
My wife is taking 3159 Ursodiol 300MG twice a day. Have the ingredients changed?
- 8 Sep 2014 by pwhanscom
- 8 Sep 2014
- biliary cirrhosis, allergic reactions, pruritus, skin rash, ursodiol, prescription, brand
Added 8 Sep 2014:
Sorry for the incomplete description of the problem. The pill that was not causing the reaction was Watson 3159 and has not been a problem for a year. The new prescription of Watson 3159, which the capsul looks different, is causing the problem now. The question is: have the inactive ingredients in Watson 3159 changed.
- Ursodiol Information for Consumers
- Ursodiol Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Ursodiol (detailed)
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