Prucalopride/resolor... side effects?

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Aussie-Slow-Guts
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   Posted 5/17/2012 6:43 AM (GMT -6)   
I was wondering if anyone has tried alternative/complementary medicine? I am sure there are some that are fantastic and some to avoid like the plague. If anyone could help it would be greatly appreciated.

I am so glad I have finally found other people with symptoms like mine!!! Will have to tell all of my previous specialists that I am not the only one unlike what they have said!!! Thank you all!

BLOCKED SOLID
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   Posted 8/3/2012 2:00 PM (GMT -6)   
HI I  AM NEW TO THIS PAGE yeah ..
I STARTED RESOLOR 2 WEEK AGO, AFTER BEEING ADMITED TO HOSPITAL  YET AGAIN FOR A BLOCKED BLOWEL ! (5 TIME IN YR).
MY STORY IS THA 10 YRS AGO I STARTED HAVING PROBLEMS WITH MY BOWLE AFTER A C-SECTION WAS TOLD I HAD IBS ,BY MY SECOND CHILD I WAS TOLD THAT I WAS GOING TO HAVE TO GET A TEM ILOSTAMY , WHICH WAS DONE AND LEFT FOR A YR .EVRYTHIONG WAS FINE UP UNTILL 5 YRS AGO WHEN IT BECAME APARTENT THAT THE NEW SYMTOPS I WAS HAVING ( UNABLE TO EAT SOLID FOOD BECAUSE OF SEVERY PAIN) WERE LINK TO MY BOWEL PROBLEM .....
 WELL ANY WAY I HAVE GOT TO THE STAGE THAT I HAVE TO SELF EVACUAT smhair   mad (SORRY about SPELLING HAVE dyslexia & SPELL CHECK NOT WORKING) NOTHING ELSE WAS WORKING OR HAS WORKED
 
WELL I HAVE BEEN ON THIS TABLE LIKE I SAID FOR 2 WEEK AND HAVE NOTICE THE SIDE EFFECTS THAT EVERYONE ELESE HAS BUT WHAT I WOULD LIKE TO ASK IS HAS ANYONE  HAD ANY EYE PROBLEMS ???? mad  
MY VISION HAS GOT ALOT WORSE IN THE PAST 2 WK TO THE POINT THAT I NEED TO SEE A specialist ..... BECAUSE I HAVE PROBLEMS WITH THE MUSCLES IN MY EYES AND CANT FOCUSS & HAVE BLURED VISION ?????

Had enough now
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   Posted 9/4/2012 9:42 AM (GMT -6)   
I can't tell you how much of a difference "finding" this forum thing has made. As u can probably tell I have never signed up to one before.

I too have suffered with slow transit for the last 5 years after having a hysterectomy for ovarian CA. I am in the uk and to be honest I am at the point of desperation. I currently take 4 senna and 4 docusate twice daily. 16 sachets of movicol daily. Lactulose. Glycerol suppositories and a phosphate enema EVERY night. I have finally been allowed to take this new drug Resolor/procalopride.

I am currently taking 4mg for 2 weeks. about an hour after taking the first dose I felt awful. Luckily I'm on day 5 now and feel so much better. I did go out drinking on sat night and feel dreadful on Sunday but then I don't cope with hangovers.

I have to say after taking it in the morning about an hour later I have a small result. I am worried after reading everyone's posts that this may stop. I hope not. It has just made me feel better knowing I am not alone!!!!!

Thank you xx

LTDED69
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   Posted 9/14/2012 12:48 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi, I am New to this "Blogging" wink
 
I have been put on Restoran for my Chronic Constipation that I have been suffering from for 20+ years. I am on Day 15 of this medication and no releif! I am tired of being a "lab rat". When I was prescribed this new Rx, I was informed that I am only the 4th person to be on it! The side effects are horrible smhair . I have never had such bad headaches in my life and have been constantly nauseaus and dizzy, so much so that I won't even drive. I can sleep for 17 hours straight, and have noticed that my hair is shedding more than what a person's normally does and am losing chunks of my eyelashes!!!! Like what the heck is this stuff, chimo in a bottle? I would rather go through having another hysterectomy WITHOUT being put to sleep!!! If my Doctor would not have sent me home for the last 20 years telling me I have gas, I am quite sure I would not be in this situation.
 
I am only 42 and have so many medical problems, I have now decided to donate my body to the cadaver clinic. I have had the Nissen Fundoplication (Doctor really messed that one up) and is no longer practicing, GERD, Hiatus Hernia, had Cancer, Depression, Anxiety. I have had so many colonoscopies, I have lost count. I literally eat 30 laxatives, to only have 1 very small, watery bowel movement a month. Have tried lactulose, benefiber, citro-meg, peg-lite, enemas. I have exhausted all resources and still look like I am 9 months pregnant, and I have never had children! I am on disability now, scared to get into a relationship because I am so sick and always cancel dates, I am sick and tired of being Sick and Tired. all of this medication is so expensive even with medical coverage. These pills cost $5.33 each, but then add on gravol, migraine medicine etc. You might as well say it costs $10.00/pill, I can get drunk on $10 bucks a day! Maybe I will have to revert to becoming an Alcoholic then I would have an excuse for being nauseaus and having a constant headace because I would be hung-over every day! My Brother (RIP) suffered from hershprungs disease and was in the Toronto Children's Hospital for his first 4 months of life, I asked my Dr. to be tested for that, she said there is no way it is heriditary. How the heck does she know? I am almost ready to pay out of my pocket and go to the United States. I realize that I am priviledged to have coverage in Canada, but I just want to be Normal. Does anyone have any suggestions on what to do? Take Care Everyone wink

JulesX
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   Posted 9/29/2012 4:21 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi all

I was diagnosed with a slow transient bowel about 12 months ago after i took part in a CT study. I was told to take regular laxitives and live with it! I sought a 2nd opinion who did lots of tests and scans and I have now been taking procalopride for 2 months and although l did suffer from some of the side effects...headaches, dizziness, nausea, aching joints... I am now able to go to the loo without taking any laxatives of any form 😃 I was taking the max dose of movacol and fibregel on a daily basis. My regular pattern would be every 2 weeks or so, now I'm going every other day which is is a huge improvement, my husband and children say I'm less bloated and not so moody!

I am also due to start biofeedback. My first appointment is in a couple of weeks. Has anyone had any experience of this?

Take care and stick with it, I'm sure I'm not the only one with a positive story to tell. Jx

kirsty88
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   Posted 10/13/2012 10:05 AM (GMT -6)   
Hello again!

I started Resolor in early Sept, and it changed my life. Bowel movements 5-6 times a week, no more bloating, being able to eat what I wanted, what I wanted, no more getting up in the middle of the night due to laxatives, or worrying about getting to places when they were less effective...

But now I'm at the 5 week point, and everything is slowing down. I don't know if it's because I've been busy -- i.e. less time at home, less opportunity to feel comfortable/able to go to the toilet -- or if it's just wearing off like it does for everyone else. I presently haven't opened my bowels since Wednesday, and starting to panic a bit. Which isn't going to help things at all.

I'm going to give Movicol a try -- it's made me vomit in the past, but I'll do anything to give things a little nudge.

I'd love to be another positive experience to add to the meagre few on here, but I won't be holding my breath.

Salon Alex
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   Posted 10/31/2012 7:44 PM (GMT -6)   
Iv been on procalapride for 12 months, at 1st I got crazy headaches they have subsided slightly , I get random cold Like symptoms and worst can b the spasms and pains in my legs .. It did tho after a life of constipation solve it, however this slowed and I have a picolax sachet few times a week as I can not cope with time consuming , life stopping drink every day as the doc prescribed. After moving docs I have been left with our procalapride for 19 days my constipation came bk with bloating sickness . Iv had my 1st tablet again today , already got severe headache runny nose and been the loo 6 times in 5 hrs.. So it works but a cost.. Any questions welcome

Salon Alex
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   Posted 11/1/2012 8:09 AM (GMT -6)   
^^^^ iv woke up this morning with the flattest stomarch :) i also took part in the trial test in 2008 with 2031 ppl we took this drug and was swapped with a placebo without knowing and I knew from my stomarch something wasn't right.. So the drug has been around 4 a while in Europe it's not as new as ppl make out but I had to wait till 12 months ago till this country was offered it , this with picolax is all I take now I'm a 25 yr old hairdresser and able to drink go out eat !!

Traceyj
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   Posted 11/13/2012 3:09 PM (GMT -6)   
I been having severe tummy pains for about six months and after lots of different tests including MRI scan ct scan barian enemea and cameras into bladder and bowel then finally a laprascopic procedure. It was found that my bowel had stretched into my pelvis and become stuck onto pelvic wall with adhesions from previous surgery. I had it put back into place but now am suffering with chronic constipation due to slow transit bowel. I had transit test and all shapes still in place.
I'm taking 4 sachets movicol senna dulcolese lactolose and even a trip to Egypt not moved anything.
I am in severe pain constantly now consultant saying I need pruclapride but having real trouble getting.
Now after reading these reviews an seriously worried. I been off work for 4 months and just had to go back because not getting paid. Can't afford time off with side effects of these tablets. Are they worth it.
I have all my hopes pinned on getting these as surgeon says surgery too dangerous. Any advice please

ruthie64
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   Posted 11/30/2012 2:47 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi this is my first post..............long time sufferer of slow stomach emptying/constipation which i feel is due to lack of stomach acid and dysbiosis probably causing probs lower down.
Gastro put me on Movicol 8 yrs ago  and I was needing to use more and more; just taken my 1st Resolor(1mg) at 10pm - caused dry mouth and burning in gut but NO motion.  I thought it was licensed for over 50yr old women.
 I have medium fibre diet plus gluten, sugar, yeast, dairy free.  I have lost more weight this month (I weigh 37kg) have osteoporosis, am cold and in pain.
My bowel pain wakes me at 2 - 3 am and often can't sleep again - it's a viscious circle.
Hope you all doing better.
ruthie

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   Posted 12/4/2012 5:51 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi all!
How thankful we all seem, to be able to share stories/experiences and get advice/support from fellow IBS (or is it?!) sufferer's!  As the problems we suffer from are not "visible", it is hard for anyone else to realise/understand what we are going through!  there is much worse out there, however, eating/drinking/toileting are basic, essential daily functions....and it's not a lot to ask, just to be able to poo easily!!   What does it mean to have a "normal bowel movement" anymore...I for one, cannot remember what this is! 
I started to experience symptoms of bloatedness/fullness and stomach pain in 2008.  Symptoms were put down to "stress" by my GP, as I was about to move to Australia from the UK.  I certainy did not feel stressed, and had moved from the UK before an appointment for a gastroscopy arrived.  When in Oz, my symptoms became increasingly worse.  I began to experience mild rectal prolapse, this became progressively worse, as did the bloatedness and I also became constipated ( I think the prolapse was blocking the stool, I have never suffered constipation prior to this).  I was taking a combination of lactulose, movical, coloxyl with senna, and mircolax enema's!  Things got so bad one night, i was scared that I had bowel obstruction, and so took myself to ED.  What a horrible time, and it has not got any easier!  Eventually in May 2011 (aged 28years) I had a colonscopy and gastroscopy.  I then had surgery to correct the rectal prolapse.  Again, a horrible experience/time.  Since then, I have been dependant on laxatives.  I was takign coloxyl with senna every day for a year following the surgery. My surgeon said he could not explain why someone of my age (and have not experienced childbirth!) got rectal prolapse in the first place,or why I have a slow gut!  I saw a dietician who told me I was doing everything right dietary wise (which I knew, but was so desparate, willing to try anything!)  Some days, 2 coloxyl wasn't enough, so increased regularly +/- lactulose.
This year, I was referred to a functional gut disroder (FGD) clinic.  I was told I had IBS, and to stop taking coloxyl, but to take movical daily. I started this immediately.  I was also asked to see the dietician at the clinic.  I did this, to show willing! I was advised to trial the low FODMAP diet (google it!) and have been doing thsi for almost 3 months, with little improvement in symptoms.  Infact, times have been so bad where I have felt so uncomfortable with constipation, that I have taken 12 movical sachets, coloxyl with senna, and a microlax enema...alll in one day, with minimal effect :-(
I then requested to see the gastro consultant.  I was advised to see a bowel physio for biofeedback therapy, and have an appointment for this later in the week.  I was also given a 2 week trial of Prucalopride.  I took it in the evening, the first night...I was awake, feeling very hot, headaches, stomach pains, very gassy, and had to use the toilet in the night.  Day 1 & 2, I took my movical with the Prucalopride, as I did not want to omit it and become worse!  Tonight,I have taken the 3rd dose without movical, as I was awake last night with terrible wind, and to use the toilet, and today have experienced diarrohoea all day long!  yet, it still feels like my rectum is not empty!!!!!  what next?!!!  who knows, but at least, at this rate, I can say I have tried EVERYTHING suggested!!!! I have also been referred back to the surgeon to check that the prolapse is not returning, I hope not, I do not want to have to go through that operation again!
Anyhow, there's my story.  We're all different, yet suffering in much similar ways.  It's frustrating to experience the symptoms that we do.  I guess the one thing we can take from this forum, is the reassurance that we are not alone, as it very often feels that way!
It would be good for people to keep their experiences/advice coming....what helps one, may help another (fingers crossed!) meanwhile, happy eating & good luck emptying!!!!

Post Edited (pompid) : 12/4/2012 3:59:10 AM (GMT-7)


AusAus
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   Posted 1/4/2013 8:49 AM (GMT -6)   
Hello guys! I have problems in Passing out faeces, I can't really pass them all out, it's like stucked somewhere in my intestines(I'm not sure) ,however I was given 10 tabs of RESOLOR 2Mg after visiting the clinic,I've been Searching informations about this Medicine on the Internet,and most of them showed that RESOLOR 2Mg can only
Be taken by the Females, And I'm a male, Does this medicine does anything bad to the males? I'm worried about it was confused whether should i continue to take the medicine,or stop. How to make sure if I can stop taking the medicine already? As in how do I know if I've fully recovered? Im so confused , someone please tell me.And I'm only
15 years old, I just don't know why did the doctor
Prescribed it to me.

sasage
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   Posted 1/13/2013 4:06 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi I have been advised to go on Prucalapride for my constipation. i have had all my large bowels removed and i have internal pouch linking me back to the anus but i cannot go a toilet. i have looked prucalapride up and all i have found is bad side affects and it dont work! Has any one got a good word to say about Prucalapride?

sasage
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   Posted 1/14/2013 2:44 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi I am New to this internet stuff so I hope I have done it right.
My consultant wants me to start prucalapride. I have had all my large bowels removed due to constipation, then I was attached back to the anus. I have looked up prucalapride and all I can find is terrible side effects and it don't work!. Has anyone got a good word to say about prucalapride and does it work?

sasage
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   Posted 1/21/2013 3:00 PM (GMT -6)   
has anyone got a good word to say about prucalapride my doctor wants me to go on but all i have read is bad side effects and then it stops working

Space cadet
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   Posted 2/3/2013 6:33 AM (GMT -6)   
This is my first post as I always Google any new drugs or treatment that Drs have recommended.
I had a radical hysterectomy in 2010 and suffered damage to my bladder and bowel during the surgery. I was messed about for two years by Drs at local hospital where the hysterectomy was performed before my GP referred me to Kings College Hos in London. The Drs there have diagnosed neurogenic bladder and said that my bladder must have suffered nerve damage during the surgery - there is no cure for this. I have to self-catherise 4 - 5 times a day and don't know how much longer I can carry on working. There is already damage to one of my kidneys.
My bowels have got worse and worse - have been on every laxative that there is and taken well over recommended doses. Have been using Peristeen anal irrigation system at home for last 6 months but cannot open bowels for 10 days or more which makes me feel awful. Have just seen colrectal surgeon who has said to give prucalopride a try for 8 weeks.....been taking it for 6 days now but no bowel movement. Terrible headache and crazy bowel sounds and abdominal pain which has kept me awake all night. Reading other posts it sounds like this drug works straight away if its going to....so not sure if I should carry on or stop now??
Have been told if this doesnt work then they will insert a pacemaker into spine to send electrical pulses to nerves to try and help....as guess what...... they think that nerves of bowel have also been damaged due to a pelvic abscess after hysterectomy that was not drained for over a month after the hysterectomy!
I have had to give up my full-time job and am trying to work 2 days a week.
Any comments about how long this takes to work???
 

debby24
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   Posted 2/11/2013 6:20 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi i`m new member and four weeks ago i had transit studies, these colis were mainly in the small bowel and after 48 hours still in the same place and that had not changed in 72 hours, after 96 hours the coils were left in the descending colon and was told i have quiet a significant global slow transit, i suffer from ibs and looks like i`m pregnant and bloated all the time, my surgeon as said he will put me on prucalopride for a trail period to see if it will help my problem

sasage
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   Posted 2/12/2013 3:23 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi can you let me know how it goes with your trial of pruclopride. My doctor wants me to go on it for my slow gut transit, eventhough I had had most of my large bowel removed.
Thanks debby24 please reply

Post Edited (sasage) : 2/12/2013 1:26:10 PM (GMT-7)


kirsty88
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   Posted 2/24/2013 4:15 PM (GMT -6)   
Just wanted to update everyone: I've been on Prucalopride for just shy of 6 months now, and it's still working! No need for Movicol/Laxido et al. I still have the odd day where things are slow, but generally I'm opening my bowels 5-6 times a week, sometimes more, and it's the best feeling in the world! No stimulant laxatives for 6 months, I can't believe it! I hope more of you are having some success with Prucalopride, it's completely changed my life.

KateW
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   Posted 3/9/2013 8:48 AM (GMT -6)   
I have just started Prucalopride, 1 mg per day and I am 3 days into the treatment. So far, no side effects at all, apart from wanting to pee a bit more often. I have been "going" each morning first thing without straining, and satisfyingly. So thumbs up so far. I'll report back when I've been taking it for a few weeks.

I'm a 63 yr old woman, who's suffered with constipation most of my life, getting worse now. Also, despite being constipated, if I go for a long walk or jog, I get an urgent need to "go" behind the nearest hedge. So I stopped walking/jogging although I really want to keep fit. I hope this drug will do the trick and let me get back to exercise.

I hope this encourages people to give it a go.

Paula1234
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   Posted 4/6/2013 5:47 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi everyone,

I started to take 2mg of prucalopride this morning after receiving it from a gastro specialist.

I have suffered with constipation for 17 years and have tried every laxative on the market and like most people have found they only offer a short term solution. I was always told it was IBS but after seeing a specialist and having the markers test, i have been diagnosed with a slow transit colon or lazy as I like to call it! Great to have a real diagnosis and not just IBS- drink more water, eat more veg, exercise etc.... Which I do all anyway.

I took this tablet at 9:35 and by 10:00 I started to feel a bit sick and my stomach was curdling. Within 15 mins I had severe diarrhoea and then the sickness started. This went on for 1 hour 15 minutes but I am now starting to feel ok but hungry and I have a headache ( but that could be from the wine I had last night!). Does anyone know how long the side affects last on day one? And when do they actually stop? Is it after a week? Be great to know.

I'm hoping that I can now eat something and that is it for the day. I'm really not looking forward to the tablet tomorrow! But I have a two week course to complete and I'm hoping this will be the 'cure' I need!

I will keep posting on how I get on.

P

It's now 4hours later and I have been sick and had diarrhoea again confused when will it stop?..

After another couple of hours I managed to eat some soups and keep it down.

I started to get a terrible headache and had to try and sleep as I didn't want to take any pain killers incase they upset my stomach even more. When I woke I felt a lot better. And was able to eat a proper dinner.

In total this took 10 hours to make me feel ok, I'm don't think I will be taking another! If I do i will try half and see how I go.

Post Edited (Paula1234) : 4/6/2013 2:56:32 PM (GMT-6)


debby24
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   Posted 4/8/2013 3:23 AM (GMT -6)   
I have been taking Prucalopride now for 3 weeks and it as not worked for me at all it just gives me really bad upset stomach in total agony, i got back to see my doctor on the 9th may after my trail period ends, i`m just the same as i was before starting these tablets still bloated

roosta22
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   Posted Today 3:47 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi I'm also new to the site, I'm 24yrs old and have been suffering the same as all of you.
Seen numerous healthcare practitioners in the attempt to help my gut.

I'm currently on resotrans, about 2 months now and prior to this, my symptoms were horrendous. Things really have been so much better.
I take one tablet early in the morning (set an alarm) and about 2 or so hours later I will have a bowel movement, every morning!
Prior to this it was once a week.

There are nasty side effects yes. Definately don't drive for at least the first few weeks on it. It makes your eye sight fuzzy and you get drowsy. This all gets better though as your body becomes more used to the drug.
I am worried too that its good effects may slowly wear off, but I'm currently in the process of slowly weining off them.

I am now seeing a naturopath and he is confident he can help fix my gut functioning, without the need for resotrans. He is working on healing the gut lining, as with having prolonged constipation, inflammation and reduced absorption occurs.
The idea is that by repairing the mucus coating, stool will be able to move more freely on its own. It's early days yet, but I already feel a great improvement!

I suggest people try to look for more natural treatment where they can. Medication has its place at times, but its probably not good long term.
My naturopath said a great natural laxative is taking a huge dose of vitamin C, your body just wants to flush it out, and I've found it works a charm!
Swisse high strength dissolvable vitamin c tablets work well. I take 2 in a glass of water at once.

Don't stop fighting guys! We will get through this!

Formula1female
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   Posted 1/19/2014 3:51 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi everyone.
I forgot I was a member on here and have only been reminded of it whilst looking up the effects of Prucalopride as I have been given this recently and only took it last night for the first time - have been putting it off as I had looked at the side effects - and with good reason it seems! Jeeeez, headache from hell!
I am a strange case as I have suffered from all sorts of problems since suffering from endometriosis (gynae prob) since the age of about 15, resulting in so many laparotomies I have lost count, a hysterectomy and ovaries out at the age of 27. Then the real fun started with the bowel! Resulting in a left hemi-colectomy in in 1995 - followed by nearly 5yrs of normal bowel habits. All came back again with a vengeance in 2001. I am now 51 and had an ileostomy (not for me as ileum is 3 x faster than normal) in 2008, reversed this by having a complete colectomy, and since then have had permanent diarrhoea (like most of you can only wish for!). I hear you all wondering why I am being given this drug! Long story! My consultant always suspected a motility issue, and although biopsies were taken and gave some indication of this, nothing can give a definitive until the colon is removed and looked at under the microscope. I basically have a myopathy or neuro-myopathy and have no smooth muscle in the gut. I am not sure how I was apparently born with this because as a child I was normal (well, there lies a story!). This problem is also called pseudo obstruction, so they are now treating with this drug in the hope it keeps the bits of my gut (what little is left) moving and gets rid of its contents and so stops the pseudo obstruction and regular blue lights to A&E. It appears my stomach is slow to empty and my rectum too, but the bit in the middle is too fast causing all these strange problems. Not so sure I agree with my wonderful gastro guy on this, but guess I have to try anything. Feeling fed up with it all and not liking the side effects of this drug - wondering if to take a 2nd dose!? I have a tough job and somehow I keep going! Not quite sure how. As an aside to all this, if you are suffering like me, get yourselves checked for Lupus! They checked me and I was diagnosed with Srogjrens (not sure on the spelling), but again this is not a definitive. I wish you all some respite from this miserable condition.

JulesX
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   Posted 5/15/2014 3:39 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi all,

I wrote on here back in Sept 2012, thankfully procalopride is still working well.

I'm after some advise though please from any one who lives in Australia... My family and l are just going through the long arduous process of the visa process from the UK, but I've been told that l cannot get procalopride out there?! I have seen some on this site that have used it in OZ, did you get it through your GP or will l have to get it imported?

Hopefully someone can help me, thanks in advance.

Julesx

Post Edited (JulesX) : 5/15/2014 2:45:09 AM (GMT-6)

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