or maybe you can contact the company for some assistance?
Is there a generic form of 5ASA suppositories?
Last I heard there is no generic-- hence the high cost of Canasa. Once when I was trying to get my rx filler outside of my health care network's system and they quoted me over 300 dollars for a 30 day supply. Having clutched my heart in disbelief, I kindly said no and instantly submitted my rx to the mail-order pharmacy my healthcare prefer I use. It takes some time but well worth the wait.
Canasa worked well for me, too-- having had my ulcer, which was quite lox in my descending colon, move even lower. It made rowasa impossible to use. Once the canasa fix things enough, I could switch to rowasa without the horrible pain of holding the enema in and then things got better quickly.