Salofalk for Morbus crohn treatment

We have 105 consumer reports for treatment of Morbus crohn with Salofalk. Morbus crohn used in 26% of cases.

Patients statistics on Morbus crohn for Salofalk

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
155.74
171.56

Average height in Ft
5′ 5″
5′ 5″

Average age
42
46

Salofalk Circle Diagram 27 consumers of 105 reported about Morbus crohn

  1. Jason M. Crosby says:
    2.0 rating

    Salofalk for Irritable bowel syndrome; Intestinal inflammation; Morbus crohn

    Side effects? Lustless otherwise not noticed. But unfortunately I still get relapses about every 8-9 weeks for 3-14 days. I should take then 3×2 tablets but that remains without effect. Salfak with ibuprofen 800 is better

  2. Bobby A. Walker says:
    2.0 rating

    Salofalk for Morbus crohn

    Since 2003, my husband has been taking Salofalk for Crohn’s disease and unfortunately we have noticed that his white blood cells have been steadily decreasing. In 2003 he had 10,000, in July 2009 = 1,300. After a bone marrow puncture, it was found that almost no white blood cells were produced there. For 3 days now he no longer takes Salofalk and his blood cells increased to 1,700. We have hope again, because almost he would be averse to the side effects of this drug!

    Side effects: Hematopoietic change
  3. Bonnie P. Stanford says:
    3.0 rating

    Salofalk for Morbus crohn

    Side effects of prednisolone: eye deterioration, bone infarcts, connective tissue weakness, high-dose full moon face, general weight gain, risk of developing osteoporosis is very high for me.

  4. Milton E. Johnson says:
    4.5 rating

    Salofalk for Morbus crohn

    For 5 years diagnosed Crohn, almost throughout with treatment by Budenofalk, Salofalk, Azathioprin in normal amounts. Temporary treatment with cortisone in usual amounts, never for more than 3 months. In case of cortisone relatively strong side effects: full moon face, euphoria, maybe depression, maybe / relatively sure stunting, stretch marks, blood count changes, dizziness, headache. Very good effect and therefore also recommended. Side effects, except for stretch marks, largely corrected, currently no intake. Azathioprine to maintain the remission phase. Relatively good effect, even if thrusts were never completely prevented (which is hardly possible). Hardly any side effects observed in me: changes in the blood picture (only slightly), increased risk of infection (relative), nausea (only in the beginning). Side effects currently largely eliminated. Salofalk to maintain the remission phase: very good effect, but not a miracle cure. Virtually no side effects: nausea (initially). Side effect resolved. I can recommend as there are virtually no side effects. Budenofalk to maintain the remission phase: very good effect, but again no miracle cure. Side effects similar to those in cortisone, but in a significantly attenuated form.

  5. Beverly D. Shields says:
    4.0 rating

    Salofalk for Morbus crohn

    Hello I have Crohn’s disease, four years is the diagnosis firmly. Because I am very overweight, there were problems with the dosage of the drugs, because most have not been explored in such high doses as required. Therefore, I had with less At the time I was pregnant with my first child, the second pregnancy followed 3 months after childbirth. That was the second problem with the Medis.Cortison I once more times less My highest was 150 mg in the KH, the lowest was 5 mg.Super drug, helps very fast-but has a damn lot of side effects.Athrosis in fingers and ankles, extreme weight gain (today I weigh 143kg), moon face, hair loss, buffalo cheeks, insomnia .And my body is now cortisone dependent come to this day not away and not currently under 60mg. Azathioprin did not work at all only side effects hair loss get worse. Salofalk I take from the beginning 6 * 2 300mg-to the effect I can not say anything notice nothing, but can not say what side effects on the account. Budenoifalk I have taken 3 months. First was super hit, until the next big push came and cortisone was set back to 100mg. MCP Tröpf my super middle against cramping and nausea-can not describe any side effects. Now I get MTX 15mg for the second time. Side-effects until now headache, nausea, loss of appetite (which is not that bad in my case – before eating nothing without satiety feeling hungry, nice feeling). Since this medicine is only short I can not yet name any other side effects.

  6. Mary R. Yates says:
    2.0 rating

    Salofalk for Morbus crohn

    Initially 40 mg prednisolone, effect occurred immediately but as a side effect depression, anxiety, at dose of 2 mg of renewed arthritis.

    Side effects: Depressions
  7. Karen D. Montes says:
    3.0 rating

    Salofalk for Morbus crohn

    Vomiting, fever, nausea, pain

    Side effects: Nausea
  8. John J. Beck says:
    4.5 rating

    Salofalk for Morbus crohn

    For 35 years, Crohn’s disease, no side effect, take medication only on relapses, then creeping gradually. Had a heart attack and to lower the colestin naturally, I took 1 tablespoon of olive oil daily (with lowest acidity, available only from a monastery in Crete) for 1 year. The Fogen were, the thrusts piled up. In 1983, the Crohn caused an intestinal obstruction, thereby emergency surgery and 1 meter no longer perfused black small intestine removed. From 2000 I had problems with the scar at the transition thin / large intestine. Through the repeatedly inflamed intestine, the scar hardens and the intestine is at this point in the passage ever smaller. Here are the parts of the food puddings that are too big for the passage to hang. The result is a backwater (similar to intestinal obstruction). Here I have developed my own strategy, without drugs. In order to make the nub elastic in this case, I put a hot water bottle on this spot until the intestinal gurgling takes place and the stenosis loosens.

    Side effects: No side effects