Why buy Mesacol 400mg (Mesalamine) for ulcerative colitis?
Mesacol-400mg is a cost-effective anti-inflammatory agent. The active ingredient of this medication is FDA-approved and often the first-line treatment for patients with mild to moderate ulcerative colitis. It is also used off-label by doctors in treating Crohn’s disease. Mesacol-400mg is manufactured by Sun Pharma. You can buy this drug here at various pack size at a very affordable price.
How does Mesacol 400mg (Mesalamine) work?
Mesacol-400mg contains Mesalamine as its active ingredient. The exact mechanism of action of this drug remains unknown. However, it is believed to reduce the inflammation in the colon. It works by inhibiting the activity of lipoxygenase and cyclooxygenase enzyme thus reducing also the prostaglandin responsible for the swelling of the colon. By reducing the production of prostaglandin, inflammations and other symptoms of ulcerative colitis are also reduced.
How to use Mesacol 400mg (Mesalamine)?
Mesacol-400mg is a prescription medication that you can only take upon the advice of your physician. Take this drug exactly as directed. Do not take more than what is prescribed. This product comes with an instruction on its product leaflet. Read and follow the dosage instruction carefully. Mesacol comes in a tablet form that you need to take by mouth with a glass of water. Swallow the tablet whole. You can take it before or after eating.
What are the side effects of Mesacol 400mg (Mesalamine)?
Mesacol-400mg may cause some undesirable side effects just like any other medications. Some of the common side effects are:
- Hair loss
Serious side effects are:
- An increased heart rate
- Back pain
- Blood disorder
- Ear pain
- Abdominal pain
- Bloody diarrhea
Warnings and Precautions
Things to remember when using Mesacol-400mg:
- Do not use this medication if you are hypersensitive to its active ingredient.
- Do not use Mesacol if you have intestinal obstruction and urinary tract infection.
- Mesacol may cause a serious reaction. Some of its reaction is similar to the symptoms of ulcerative colitis.