Posted 7/19/2017 9:12 PM (GMT -6)
Thank you, all! This is helpful. I did get in touch with my GI to get her experience and she said yes, the switch in generics can cause issues occasionally so we'll just have to wait and see, as iPoop noted. I will report back!
Old Hat -- ha, yes the orange Roxene ones are the ones I've been taking. I do recall they used to muck up my pill cases but actually haven't noticed that for quite a while. The new one is by Apotex and actually has LESS inactive ingredients so theoretically maybe it'll be even better, if the core ingredient is consistent.
And thank you re: Entyvio! If anyone comes across this looking for more Entyvio info, search for the "Starting Entyvio" thread. A few of us have documented our experience there.
29, dx'd in 2007
Pancolitis, IBS + SIBO
1st Entyvio infusion 8/2015, in remission
Currently: Entyvio, Colazal, Florastor, VSL #3
Previously: Apriso (Hair Loss), Flagyl, Prednisone, Mesalamine Enemas, Tinidazole, Align, Lialda, Imuran (Allergic), Asacol (Ineffective), Remicade (Allergic), Humira (Ineffective), Anusol, Canasa, Cortifoam