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I have serious problems with my mother. She is suffering from ulcerative colitis for three years. This condition changed both her and my life. The last attack was very severe, we ended up in hospital. She dehydrated so much she received an infusion because of the loss of electrolytes. She is taking Asacol in combination with corticosteroids and I would like to know about side effects.

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Asacol is the first choice when it comes to dealing with ulcerativbe colitis (Chrons disease also). These two conditions belong tto a group of auto immune bowel diseases. Asacol acts anti inflammatory and its most common side effects are abdominal pain, nausea, gases, recurrence of colitis, chest pain, myalgia, pruritus, dysmenorrhea
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