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My doctor prescribed ursofalk250 for digestive troubles,I was treated for hepatitis c three years ago and have been having digestive trouble ever since.I am very sensitive to medications since that time also and would like to know if there are any contraindications and how long the treatment should continue.

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You should continue your treatment with this drug for as long as your doctor prescribed it. It is usually a long-termed treatment and you shouldn’t stop taking this medicine until your doctor tells it’s ok even if you start to feel better. I can’t tell for how long your treatment will last but I guess it shouldn’t last over 24 months as its long term effects are not known.

Like every other drug, this drug can have side effects and you should report then to the doctor who prescribed them. However, if these side effects appear to be tolerable, you should stick to the drug and wait for the side effects to subside as they usually do once the body adjusts to the drug.

Here are some Ursofalk’s label side effects and these side effects you should report right away: bladder pain; bloody or cloudy urine; difficult, burning or painful urination; dizziness; fast heartbeat; frequent urge to urinate; indigestion; lower back or side pain; severe nausea; shortness of breath; skin rash or itching over the entire body; stomach pain; vomiting; weakness; wheezing;

The following are the side effects that may go away eventually: back pain; body aches or pain; congestion; constipation; cough producing mucus; diarrhea; difficulty in breathing; dryness or soreness of throat; ear congestion; general feeling of discomfort or illness; hair loss; headache; heartburn; loss of appetite; loss of voice; muscle aches and pains; muscle or bone pain; muscle stiffness; nasal congestion; nausea; pain, swelling, or redness in joints; runny nose; shivering; sneezing; sweating; tightness in chest; trouble in swallowing; trouble sleeping; voice changes, etc
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I got delayed by five hours today in taking my medication. Would that have a significant and adverse effect in the entire course of my medication?
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