It might have been from when we were talking about prescription potassium tablets. They're wax-coated and come out whole whether you have an ostomy or not. However, if time-released pills are coming out whole, then they're not doing their job and somebody could see if there is a liquid form of the medication available. Your best bet is to take non-coated or non-time-released medications. You'd be surprised how many meds are available in liquid form.
Breast Cancer at 36. Diagnosed in 2000. Bilateral mastectomy with reconstruction.
Sub-Total colectomy in September 2007 for colonic inertia.
Son diagnosed with Crohn's at 17 (now 21). Taking Asacol and 6MP with Prednisone and Rowasa added during flareups.
Husband HLA B27 postive with ankylosing spondylitis and psoriatic arthritis.