My current meds are Lialda, canasa as needed, prednisone, and 6mp. In an effort to aid the meds with natural supplements, I also take a really good food based prenatal vitamin, 4000iu of D3, ginger for nausea, and a QBC complex (quercetin, bromelain, vitamin C) for inflammation.
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.”
Hey UC’ers, By request from a fellow UC’er and user of the site, it’s time to create a review page for another colitis medication. SO… If you’ve ever used Canansa suppositories to help treat your ulcerative colitis symptoms, please feel free to click the “submit review” button below and type in your experience for others to read. Canansa suppositories are typically 1000mg of mesalamine which… Read More »Canasa Rectal Suppositories Reviews
Introduction: Amanda, diagnosed August 2011 with ulcerative proctitis, 20 year old Molecular Biology/Women’s & Gender Studies undergrad living in the SF bay area. I’m currently navigating school, working in a lab, activism, and SCD, while still attempting to have a social life. Symptoms: bloody Diarrhea, 3-6 times a day abdominal cramps gas headaches and constant thirst (I think these are side effects of the Canasa)… Read More »UC Has Taken Over My Life and I Don’t Know What To Do?
Introduction: 60 year old on disability due to several health issues that developed over the last 15 years. I haven’t aged very well. Moved from New Jersey to Virginia, not into computers so I go to the local library about once a week for access. My Colitis: At age 45 I quit smoking cigarettes after 28 years and after the nicotine withdrawal (I quit cold… Read More »EXPERIENCE with CANASA Suppositories?