Is there any food you can eat that doesn't nauseate you? Such as crackers or toast? You can try taking smaller doses of your Asacol thru out the day just as long as you're taking the prescribed amount then maybe you might be able to keep it down easier.
Agh, I remember the morning sickness oh so well and it's been 12 years! I didn't get that when I was pregnant with my first (I didn't have UC with my son) but I had Uc when I was pregnant with my daughter. Luckily the morning sickness subsided after the 1st trimester.
Left sided Uc -'92 - Colazal, Canasa, 6mp, Prilosec, Biotin, Forvia, Pro-Bio
Allergies - Singulair, Astelin(got the script - just haven't tried it yet!)
Secondary Reynauds Syndrome - '04 - Norvasc
Fibromyalgia - '06
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