Thank you, PB4. I have had a couple of people tell me about the cortifoam so I am thinking I should ask about this. The dr mentioned it but then prescribed Rowasa instead. I am guessing either he feels it's better or because I have responded to Canasa in the past he feels this is a better bet.
Does the Cortifoam sound like what it is? Meaning, it's not a liquid like the Rowasa but an actual foam that is more likely to stay put up there?
You mentioned the longer I have it the longer it can take to treat. Could this mean 2-3 weeks or more before feeling the effects? Just trying to get an idea. Canasa always seemed to take 2 weeks to take action. This time I gave up after 2 1/2 weeks and switched to hydro but now wondering if any of these meds could take even longer than that. Anyhow, thanks again for responding. If I get the cortifoam it will be another fun trip to the pharmacy. Nothing like picking up a small suitcase like box that read RECTAL ENEMAS as the guy behind you looks over your shoulder. Must try to retain sense of humor!