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Has anyone tried Lialda? Does it perform any better than Asacol? How much more is your co-pay for Lialda than Asacol. I want to ask my doc to make a switch.
I have been on several medications thus far, such as pindolol, depakote, lexapro, cymbalta, xanax, GI medications (ASACOL and for adid reflux) and some other medications that I was prescribed and did not take include prozac and some I cannot even recall because I never took them. The reason I did not take was because i was taking all the other medications and felt that none of them were having any effect because after taking them for 6 + months, I was still having the same symptoms.
I have been on several medications thus far, such as pindolol, depakote, lexapro, cymbalta, xanax, deplin (medicated folate vitamin), GI medications (ASACOL and for adid reflux) and some other medications that I was prescribed and did not take (include prozac and some I cannot even recall because I never took them). The reason I did not take them was because i was taking all the other medications.
I have been on several medications thus far, such as pindolol, depakote, lexapro, cymbalta, xanax, GI medications (ASACOL and for adid reflux) and some other medications that I was prescribed and did not take (include prozac and some I cannot even recall because I never took them). The reason I did not take them was because i was taking all the other medications. I felt that none of them were having any effect because after taking them for 6 + months, I was still having the same symptoms.
I take my Asacol, Deltasone (PRN), Zovia (pill), Centrum and Caltrate. I was recently taken off Celexa and put on Neurontin. The "tremors" only occur on the right side and generally occur when I am falling asleep or am really tired and relaxed. My right side stiffens and twitches or thumps and my right side of my face puckers up. I have difficulty breathing and gasp and swallow for air. They occur 3-5 times a week despite the neurontin and last 30 seconds to 3 minutes.
At present I am fortunate enough to be able to work and get on with living but I recall and empathise with everyone stuck at home recovering. I remember a time when misery ruled my days but recently I have changed my attitude and I am holding onto every good moment I have! There are moments when I am distracted, when I forget about this wretched fistula. Try laughing out loud at least once a day even when you don't feel like it.
I've had 'sensitive' skin for the past 30 years - at least that's how my mother explained it and until I saw this site what I believed. It's hard to explain to someone what it's like to have spiderwebs brush across your skin willy-nilly. I get the sensations everywhere I have skin - sometimes I think it's where I don't have skin too! I suffer from allergies, crohns disease and depression. I'm on asacol & cipralex.
Let the doctors do their tests. Keep up with paying attention to your eating habits, try to recall any recent changes in your daily activities, think about why all of a sudden is your tummy growling at you after dinner, concrete knowable things. Health, that's for the doctors. But you CAN do a few little things to help it along, until either they find something or you get well. But one thing I know, it is absolutely incredible what painful physical or mental problems can do to a person.
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