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Lialda Cured My Ulcerative Colitis

Lialda as an Ulcerative Colitis Treatment:

I was diagnosed with moderate UC in late 2007. I was put on Lialda, took it for over a year…this was before they had released the (recent) study saying that it keeps folks in remission and is perfectly safe to do so. I fully believe that Lialda cured my Ulcerative Colitis because I stayed on it for over a year, everyday. I stopped the meds and haven’t had a flare up since. Maybe I’m lucky, maybe not. All I know is that it worked for me. It stopped my initial problems within a week, and I was so relieved I just kept taking them religiously, and that’s my story. I hope it works for other folks the same way. It probably won’t work as easily for folks with severe UC, like I said, mine was moderate to begin with.

Ulcerative Colitis Symptoms Before and After:

Symptoms before: lots of blooddy stools, constant having to go, unable to pass gas, abdominal pain, embarrassment, not able to go anywhere without worrying about it, not able to enjoy the same foods and beer as before.

Colitis Medications I Tried Before and Medications/Supplements I’m taking now?

Lialda was the only thing I tried, it cured me, I’m convinced. It has been over a year since I stopped the meds and no flare ups!

Submitted by and Anonymous UC’er in the Ulcerative Colitis Cures section of the website.

 

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12 Responses to Lialda Cured My Ulcerative Colitis

  1. Chris August 2, 2011 at 8:05 pm #

    Did you experience any side effects with Lialda? I’ve was recently diagnosed with UC and am currently on Apriso.

  2. Susan O'Connor August 3, 2011 at 8:20 am #

    You are not cured, there is no cure, you are lucky to be in remission. I hope it continues for a long long time.

    • michael January 21, 2012 at 12:42 pm #

      susan there is a cure for everything as long as you can keep your chin up and keep experimenting till you figure out your bodies specific needs. lets stay positive!

  3. Kathie March 29, 2012 at 8:27 pm #

    I completely agree with Michael. Your body is able to heal itself as long as you provide it with the proper mineral and vitamins it needs to rebuild.

  4. Bijoy June 18, 2012 at 8:09 am #

    Agree with u michael.
    Every thing is curable, just we need to find the way.

  5. Blessed October 21, 2013 at 7:15 am #

    I have been experiencing mild UC for 1 1/2 years now. I switched GI and I was put on Lialda 4 tablets a day. I am symptom free, blood free already after taking only for 2 days. It is a blessing, I

  6. Geff November 21, 2013 at 8:46 pm #

    I was diagnosed with what mild UC in 2008. I have been taking 4 tablets a day for 5 years now when I was diagnosed. I tried stopping once about 1.5 years in and immediattely flared. I think I am about to try and drop down to 2 per day just to see what happens. Lialda has a few side effects of it’s own with me but nothing near the hell of a flare. It is a fairly expensive RX though costing roughly $4 per pill (almost $6000/year), Luckily my work’s health plan covers it. Good luck people! i want to believe I can be cured, I really do.

  7. Emily January 14, 2014 at 9:01 am #

    I have been taking Liada for about 6 months now it definately helps alot with my symptoms. I have been diagnosed with UC for almost a year now. I started off taking Apriso and it almost made my symptoms worse along with heart palpitations. I def would recomment Liada over Apriso. I have been very impressed with this medication

  8. Phyllis Routt May 27, 2014 at 7:35 pm #

    I WAS DIAGNOSED WITH C-DIFF TOXIN IN 2009. I HAVE BEEN TAKING LIALDA EVER SINCE AND THIS IS 2014. FOR THE PAST 3 MONTHS JAN FEB APRIL 2014 I HAVE BEEN TAKING ONE TABLET A DAY. STRESS BETWEEN MAY 19 AND MAY 26, 2014 CAUSED ME TO BEGIN TAKING 2 TABLETS TWICE A DAY. MY SYMPTOMS SINCE MAY 26, 2014 WERE STOMACH CRAMPS, SO I BEGAN TAKING THE ORIGINAL DOSAGE FROM 2009. I WATCHED A KCPT (KANSAS CITY PUBLIC TELEVISION) PROGRAM DURING THE MONTH OF MARCH 2014, I BELIEVE AND I WAS GREATLY IMPRESSED WITH THE PROGRAM. A WOMAN HAD COLITIS AND WAS GIVEN A FECAL TRANSPLANT – FECES FROM A PERSON WITH A HEALTHY COLON WAS TRANSPLANTED INTO HER COLON. SHE IS (AS OF THE BROADCAST) COLITIS FREE. THE SURGERY WAS INDEED EXPENSIVE. THIS WOMAN WAS BOUND AND DETERMINED TO EXPLORE ALL OPTIONS TO BE FREE OF THIS DISEASE AND SHE HAD UNLIMITED INCOME. I HOPE SHE NEVER HAS ANOTHER FLARE UP AS LONG AS SHE LIVES. I AM, HOWEVER, THANKFUL THAT LIALDA IS CONTROLLING MY SYMPTOMS AT THE PRESENT. PRAY FOR ME PLEASE THAT THE LIALDA WILL NOT DAMAGE MY KIDNEYS. GOD BLESS YOU ALL.

    • Adam
      Adam May 27, 2014 at 8:01 pm #

      hey Phyllis,

      thx for your comment to the site.

      one request moving forward, please turn OFF your CAP LOCKS when you write on the site. It is Very hard to read CAP LOCKS. thx, Adam

  9. Phyllis Routt May 27, 2014 at 8:23 pm #

    Sorry. I will keep caps lock off.

    • Adam
      Adam May 28, 2014 at 7:38 am #

      thx Phyllis:)

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