Mesalazine both in enema and tablet form are very common ulcerative colitis medications which are prescribed after being diagnosed.
Intro: Had UC for 27 years, cope quite well but now always have grumblings, bad days and good days. Have taken prednisone many times, azathioprine for 4 years & asacol among but a few. I have tried eliminating food stuffs don’t eat meat at all or milk and many dairy. I don’t feel healthy most of the time & now I am experiencing bad eczema… Read More »27 Years of Ulcerative Colitis
Meet Hanneke. She talks about her 11 years in remission. Hanneke actually wrote: “That’s what my doctor calls it. I do have very minor flare ups and since I have this for so long I feel exactly when it’s coming up. I manage it myself with my meds. I never really go into a full blown flare up. I have colonoscopy/endoscopy every 5 years and things look calm. I am using mesalamine suppositories 500 mg.”
I have ME/CFS, late stage Lyme disease and chronic Bartonellosis. And now, UC as well. As you can tell, I am not that lucky. I was diagnosed with UC (14 Nov 2013) following a colonoscopy. Some more about me: I live in the UK and I’m very sick. I’m 32. Male. Married with a wonderful two year old daughter and I am so disabled now… Read More »It’s Like Hair Mousse, But it Goes Up Your Butt!
Introduction: Hi! My name is Kimberly and I was diagnosed in 2001. I have a great husband and wonderful daughter, 20 months old, along with a doberman and miniature pinscher. Some more about me: I am a military brat all around, my dad was air force and my husband is marine. We are stationed in beautiful Kailua Hawaii and I have lived in many places.… Read More »Is Mesalamine a Done Deal for Me?