I just got home from the pharmacy picking up my son's Lialda and was told that my insurance prefers he switch to generic. That was a big surprise because I thought Lialda was good until 2020. I always hate changing things so asked if they could run the Lialda through and thankfully it was approved, but I know we will face this again next month when he ages out of our insurance and has to buy it under his own.
I'm looking forward to hearing how patients do on the zydus version and I'll let everyone know how it goes if/when we are forced to switch.
Mom of Son 25 UC dx at age 10, Lailda x3, Azasan 175 mg, Zyrtec D, Iron, Protein Supplements.
Daughter 18 UC dx at age 8, Colazal x6, 6MP 25/37.5 mg, Prozac, Florastor, Culturelle, Iron, Vit/Min.