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I am in a need for help. My father has problems; he wasdefecating often, around 7 times in a day. First, we thought it was nothing serious, but since the number of defecation increased to 30 in one day, he tried several medications for diarrhea, but those did not help. He went to a doctor and received Asacol. Could Asacol be used to treat inflammatory bowel disease?

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Yes, Asacol just like Azufaldine belongs to a group of antibiotics specialized in dealing with auto immune bowel disease. Theses substances inhibit an enzyme that prevents the production of leukotriens and have anti inflammatory effect in that way. Asacols effect is mostly felt in the colon. It is commonly taken orally, and in the form of suppository, often at night
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