Dr doubled meds so tired

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lambkins
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   Posted 9/25/2008 12:51 PM (GMT -6)   
 yesterday dr doubled all my meds oral and rectal as i was heading for my first flare since dx in may also added domperidone 3xdaily have taken so many co codamal now constipated and not feeling very happy question is am i feeling like this due to increase in meds and will i feel better when my boby has got use to new dose dr says stay on double untill 2 days after all symptons have gone then go back to what i was taking but just feel so tired
  
  Diagnosed 22.5.08 with Lft sided U/C
  Meds Predfoam 20mg 2x day stopped started Salofalk supps 1gm 26/6/08
  Mesalazine 400mg 2 tabsx2 day


Gigi1227
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   Posted 9/25/2008 7:47 PM (GMT -6)   
It could be the meds, but when I am flaring I am fatigued.  The worst part of my flair has calmed down, still flaring, but just D and mucus and bloating etc.  Even though I have improved I still am fatigued.  I hope this helps you and I hope you feel better soon!
 
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lambkins
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   Posted 9/26/2008 4:08 AM (GMT -6)   
Thanks Gigi am feeling a bit better think meds are helping.
  
  Diagnosed 22.5.08 with Lft sided U/C
  Meds Predfoam 20mg 2x day stopped started Salofalk supps 1gm 26/6/08
  Mesalazine 400mg 2 tabsx2 day

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