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Posted 18 months ago (6/1/2017)

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Was started on balsalazide after having taken 3 months to diagnose. I was extremely ill with having diarrhea up to 22 times a day. After about 4 days of taking the drug, i started noticing relief from the stomach cramps and using bathroom less. After a few months, i was able to return to work. My pharm ran out and my dr prescribed Virbazi, which stopped all symptoms within 3 days. I'm thankfully in remission now but keep the baldalazide inn my home....just in case.

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Posted 51 months ago (8/19/2014)

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If you are in the donut hole,the costin astronimical. It is not that great ofa drug, no miracle cure. At 12pills a day it goes very fast.

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Posted 112 months ago (7/9/2009)

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Total duration after official diagnosis of ulcerative collitis 3 years. It took about a year for diagnosis. My treatment started with 5-ASA and Prednisolone. The symptoms (bleeding and acute stomach pain) were controlled. After 6 months of stopping Prednisolone, started bleeding again. The treatment was changed to Azathioprine 100mg twice a day + Balsalazide 2.1gms thrice a day + Sulphasalazine 500mg suppository once a day. Condition is very much under control in this combination. Changing Sulphasalazine dosage from everyday to every other day (so that I would eventually stop using it) led to bleeding. So the above combination is my treatment since about a year - year and half. Don't plan to change the treatment in near future. The gastroenterologist has asked me to continue the treatment for minimum 3 more years.

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