Immunosuppressive Medications

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Imunnosupressant drugs are used to inhibit the immune system from producing an inflammatory response, which causes ulcerative colitis. These drugs, which are used alone and in combination, are typically used when the disease has not responded to other treatments, or for maintenance of remissions.

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Erica Sanderson, Editor, posted Using Biologics for Ulcerative Colitis:… Ulcerative Colitis (UC) is a complicated inflammatory bowel disease…




Elizabeth Roberts, Health Guide, answered Has anyone combined naturopathic… Hi Judy, I've been Dx'd with UC for ten years now, but believe I've had for…


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Elizabeth Roberts, Health Guide, answered Has this drug ever been linked to… HI Eileen,   I'm sorry to hear your husband is in such a rough patch of…


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Hope Trachtenberg-Fifer, Health Guide, answered What is better for kids with UC --… C-reactive protein (CRP) and erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) are both…


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