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Pentasa Suppositories 1g
mesalamine
Product:
Pentasa
Strength:
1 g
Pack Size:
30 suppositories
Manufacturer:
Ferring
*Maximum: 90-day supply  Maximum 90-day supply
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Due to policy restrictions and health regulations, YouDrugstore.com can only dispense a maximum 90-day (3 month) supply of your medication based on a valid prescription. A valid prescription must be written and signed by a licensed physician and must have a prescription date that is no more than one year (365 days) old. All new prescriptions are verified with a signing physician.

If you place an order that exceeds a 90-day (3 month) supply of your medication, YouDrugstore will adjust your order to conform to policy restrictions. This adjustment will be confirmed with you before your order is processed.

Quantity
Price per pack
1 PACK+
$89.73 USD
2 PACKS+
$82.66 USD
3 PACKS+
$81.57 USD
4 PACKS+
$79.39 USD
5 PACKS+
$78.31 USD
6 PACKS+
USD$73.41 73.41USD

Buy Pentasa Suppositories 1 g Online

How do you order Pentasa Suppositories 1 g online?

If you have a prescription you can order Pentasa Suppositories 1 g online from YouDrugstore, our online Canadian pharmacy. To buy Pentasa Suppositories 1 g from YouDrugstore, just register your free account on YouDrugstore.com and then send us your prescription. For more convenience, ask your doctor to fax us your prescription directly from their office. After we have received all of the necessary information from you our staff of licensed health care specialists will need to review your order. When you purchase Pentasa Suppositories 1 g from YouDrugstore you pay the same price you would pay in Canada. We also offer affordable shipping, including free shipping if your order is over $100. Pentasa Suppositories 1 g are used to treat the symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease. Order Pentasa Suppositories 1 g from YouDrugstore today and help treat the symptoms you experience with inflammatory bowel disease.

Who might receive a prescription for Pentasa Suppositories 1 g from their doctor?

Pentasa Suppositories are generally prescribed to older adults who have been diagnosed with an inflammatory bowel disease, such as Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis. It is not likely that a doctor will prescribe Pentasa Suppositories 1 g for anyone under two years old because it has not yet been established as a safe or effective medication for infants. If you have an ulcer in your stomach or intestines, severe liver or kidney trouble, or an obstruction in your urinary tract, do not use Pentasa Suppositories. Tell your doctor if you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or breastfeeding before using Pentasa Suppositories. Never use Pentasa Suppositories if you are allergic to them or any of the ingredients listed on the package.

Why is Pentasa Suppositories 1 g prescribed to treat inflammatory bowel disease?

Most inflammatory bowel diseases, such as Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis, cause particular symptoms like diarrhea, vomiting, stomach discomfort, cramping, or abdominal pain. These symptoms are almost always due to inflammation in your gut or your bowels. Pentasa Suppositories work against these symptoms by restricting the production of substances in your body that are known to cause inflammation, such as various prostaglandins and cyclo-oxygenase. Mesalamine, the active ingredient in Pentasa Suppositories, is a powerful generic anti-inflammatory agent. Purchase Pentasa Suppositories from YouDrugstore.com today and help reduce your symptoms and control inflammation as soon as possible.

What are the side effects of taking Pentasa Suppositories 1 g?

When you use the Pentasa Suppositories, you may experience some discomfort for a few moments until the medication has settled. Some common side effects of using Pentasa Suppositories include rash, nausea, headache, diarrhea, flatulence or gas, some hair loss, cramping, and a worsening of your symptoms. If you experience any of these side effects to the point that they concern you, call your doctor. In rare instances, using Pentasa Suppositories can cause severe fever, hepatitis, numerous blood or lung reactions, pancreatitis, and a severe allergic reaction. Seek immediate medical attention if you experience any of these rare side effects.

When should you take Pentasa Suppositories 1 g?

Your doctor has carefully worked out how often you should use Pentasa Suppositories. Always follow your doctor's directions exactly when using these medicated suppositories. Generally, you will administer one Pentasa Suppository at bedtime, before you go to sleep. It is recommended that you empty your bowels before administering the suppository. Lubricate the suppository with a water-based lubricant if desired, and then carefully insert the suppository into your rectum using a rubber finger protector on your index finger. The Pentasa Suppository should be inserted as deeply as possible. After it has been inserted, retain the suppository in your rectum for as long as possible for the best results. Be sure to discard the rubber finger protector. If you have any questions about how to properly use your Pentasa Suppositories speak with your doctor.

Where can I learn more about Pentasa Suppositories 1 g?

Pentasa
Ferring Pharmaceuticals
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