Relieves nasal allergy symptoms. Intal (Cromolyn) is a good option to relieve nasal allergy symptoms when antihistamines aren't working. Good choice for pregnant women. Treats inflammatory bowel disease. Lialda (Mesalamine) is an effective first-line medicine for inflammatory bowel disease. There isn't a generic version and you'll have to take it multiple times a day. Find lowest prices Save on your next prescription. Be sure you’re getting the lowest price for your medication, even if you have insurance.
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Side effects Cromolyn Asacol
We haven’t found good data for Cromolyn side effects.
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Abdominal pain 4%
Sore throat 2%
Back pain 2%
More Asacol side effects » How it works Cromolyn Asacol Intal (Cromolyn) is a mast-cell stabilizer nasal spray that prevents and treats seasonal allergies. Lialda (Mesalamine) is an anti-inflammatory medication. Researchers don't know exactly how Lialda (Mesalamine) works in the colon, but it seems to lower the chemicals in the body that cause inflammation. Type of medication Cromolyn Asacol Prescription or OTC Prescription only Available as Cromolyn Asacol Pill Extended release Enema Suppository Used for Cromolyn Asacol Risk factors for serious side effects Cromolyn Asacol Coming soon. › Asthma › Rhinitis › Nasal polyps › Aspirin allergy › NSAID allergy Detailed Lialda (mesalamine) risks & warnings »
Research studies with animals haven’t found a risk to unborn babies, but it hasn’t been properly studied in humans.
Research studies with animals found harmful effects on unborn babies. It hasn’t been properly studied in humans. The benefits might outweigh the risks even if you’re pregnant. Talk with your doctor.
Kidneys and liver Cromolyn Asacol No kidneys and liver related info. › Not a good option if you have kidney disease. › Lialda (Mesalamine) is broken down by the kidney and liver. If you have kidney or liver problems, talk to your doctor because you may need to take a different dose of the medication. › Rarely, Lialda (Mesalamine) can cause liver injury, hepatitis, and liver failure. Let your doctor know and get medical attention if you notice yellowing skin or eyes.
Sleep Cromolyn Asacol › Doesn't make you drowsy or dizzy. No sleep related info. Upsides and benefits Cromolyn Asacol › Treats nasal allergy symptoms. › Most people don't have many side effects since it works in the nose and doesn't affect the rest of your body. › It's a good option for pregnant women. Can also be used for kids 2 years and older. › Doesn't make you drowsy or dizzy. › No prescription is needed. › Effective first-line medication for treating and lowering the symptoms of mild inflammatory bowel disease. › About half the people who have mild to moderate colon inflammation and take Lialda (Mesalamine) will see improvement. › Available in tablets, capsules, enemas, and suppositories. › Certain forms of Lialda (Mesalamine) can be used during pregnancy. Talk to your doctor if you're pregnant, or plan on becoming pregnant, and you want to take Lialda (Mesalamine). Downsides and risks Cromolyn Asacol › Needs to be used regularly for at least a week to see any good effects. › Can have an unpleasant smell or taste. › Can cause headaches, or burning and stinging in your nose. › No generic versions are available for the tablets, capsules, and suppositories (meaning it could be somewhat expensive). › Doesn't work well for severe colon inflammation. › You may need to take Lialda (Mesalamine) three or four times a day. › Not a good option if you have kidney disease. Tips from our pharmacists for people taking the medication Cromolyn Asacol › Works best when used one week before exposure to allergens. It takes about 1 to 2 weeks until you feel the full effects. › Check with your doctor or pharmacist to make sure you know how to use this nose spray. Don't use more than recommended. › Shake the spray gently and clear your nose before each use. › Before using it for the first time, prime the spray pump until you see a fine mist. › Breathe in slowly as you're spraying. Wait a few minutes before blowing your nose if needed. › Don't take Lialda (Mesalamine) if you're allergic to aspirin. Talk to your doctor or pharmacist about any drug allergies you have before starting Lialda (Mesalamine). › Taking antacids with Lialda (Mesalamine) can make your inflammation worse. Talk to your doctor before you make any changes. › You can sunburn more easily when taking Lialda (Mesalamine). Use sunscreen and protective clothing when you go outdoors. › Don't break, chew, or crush the tablets because they're coated and won't work as well. › The suppositories should be kept in for at least 1 to 3 hours to get the most benefit. Learn more More about Cromolyn Side effects Alternatives FDA package insert More about Asacol Side effects Reviews & ratings Alternatives FDA package insert