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Rowasa is a popular medicine that is more commonly known under the generic name of Mesalamine. Rowasa is known to be able to affect a substance that sometimes occurs in the human organism, causing tissue damage, inflammation, and diarrhea.
Rowasa is a well known medicine that is generally prescribed in the treatment of patients who are suffering from proctitis, Ulcerative Colitis, and proctosigmoiditis. However, a treatment with Rowasa could also serve some other purposes that have not been listed in this guide. Ask your personal health care provider for more detailed information about Rowasa.
Before you start a treatment with Rowasa you should alert your personal health care specialist if you are suffering from any sort of liver or kidney disorders, or if you have known allergic reactions to aspirin, as you might not be allowed to start a treatment with Rowasa or you might have to be given a lower dose of Rowasa. Furthermore, your treatment with Rowasa should be closely monitored by an authorized health care provider, meaning that you will probably have to undergo various medical exams to see how your body responds to the treatment.
If you find undissolved pills of Rowasa in your stool you should alert your personal physician as soon as possible. Some medical disorders are known to harmfully interfere with a treatment with Rowasa. Alert your personal doctor if you are suffering from any of the medical conditions that are listed below:
- A stomach disorder known as pyloric stenosis;
- Heart disorders like congestive heart failure;
- History of known allergic reaction to sulfasalazine (azulfidine);
- Kidney disorder;
- Liver disease;
Rowasa is a category B FDA pregnancy drug. Therefore, a treatment with Rowasa during pregnancy is not supposed to harm a growing fetus in any way. However, you should ask your personal health care provider if it is safe to start a treatment with Rowasa in case you are pregnant. It has been determined that Rowasa's main components are able to pass into the patient's breast milk (this could severely harm a nursing infant). Therefore, female patients who are breastfeeding a baby should not start using Rowasa without first consulting it with their personal health care specialist. Children and elderly patients are known to be more prone to developing Rowasa's side effects.
Ask your personal health care provider to give you a set of precise directions regarding your treatment with Rowasa. Do not deviate from any of your physician's instructions. In case you fail to understand some of them, you should ask a nurse or a pharmacist for further explanations and / or directions. In case you want to know more about Rowasa you should consult the drug's label.
Each dose of Rowasa should be accompanied by a full glass of liquid (juice or water). You may take your doses of Rowasa wither on a full or on an empty stomach, as it is not supposed to cause any unpleasant stomach upset. However, if you have a sensitive stomach you should take Rowasa with milk or food.
It is important to avoid chewing, crushing or breaking your pills of Rowasa (try to take the capsule as a whole), as they have been especially designed to gradually release their ingredients after passing through your stomach. Store Rowasa in a place that is far from the reach of both pets and children, away from heat, moisture and direct sunlight. Do not keep it in the bathroom or near the kitchen sink.
You should ask your personal physician to give you the precise dose of Rowasa that you should take in during your treatment with Rowasa, in order to get the best benefic results from it. During your intake of Rowasa your personal doctor might want to change your dose of Rowasa (depending on how your organism responds to the treatment). Do not make any adjustments to the dose of Rowasa that you have been prescribed by your personal doctor without his or her consent.
If you suspect that you might be experiencing overdose with Rowasa you should seek medical care as soon as possible. Alert your personal physician and your local poison control centre at once. The average symptoms that could be triggered by such a medical conditions include dizziness, ringing in the patient's ears, drowsiness, diarrhea, headache, confusion, breath shortness, vomiting and / or sweating.
It is important to take your doses of Rowasa at their due time. However, if you miss taking one of them, you should use it a soon as possible. If it is time for another prescribed dose, skip the one that you have missed and proceed with your regular dosing schedule. Do not use double doses of Rowasa without your physician's approval.
Stop your treatment with Rowasa if you develop cramping, severe stomach pain, bloody diarrhea, headache, fever, etc.
During your treatment with Rowasa you should avoid taking any of the medicines that are listed below:
- Amphotericin b (ambisome, fungizone, abelcet, amphotec);
- Antiviral drugs;
- Cancer medications;
- Mercaptopurine (purinethol) or azathioprine (imuran);
- Pentamidine (pentam, nebupent);
- Tacrolimus (prograf);
Other Brand Names
In some countries Rowasa may also be known as: