Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 017911/001.

Names and composition

"CLINORIL" is the commercial name of a drug composed of SULINDAC.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017911/001 CLINORIL SULINDAC TABLET/ORAL 150MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
017911/002 CLINORIL SULINDAC TABLET/ORAL 200MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017911/001 CLINORIL SULINDAC TABLET/ORAL 150MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
017911/002 CLINORIL SULINDAC TABLET/ORAL 200MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
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Can you take Diclofenac or Sulindac with Lisinopril?
My fiancee has kidney failure and is on dialysis. He's on several blood pressure medications, including Lisinopril. He has inflammation that he's been taking Advil for, but is concerned about the potassium. However, he feels he needs to take something stronger. Can he take Sulindac (Clinoril) or... Asked by Krystal Howman 1 year ago.

My fiancee has kidney failure and is on dialysis. He's on several blood pressure medications, including Lisinopril. He has inflammation that he's been taking Advil for, but is concerned about the potassium. However, he feels he needs to take something stronger. Can he take Sulindac (Clinoril) or Diclofenac (Voltaren) with Lisinopril? Will this have the same potassium problem? And if you can't take them together, why not? Answered by Marshall Harmon 1 year ago.

Clinoril - NSAID Renal Insufficiency Sulindac pharmacokinetics have been investigated in patients with renal insufficiency. The disposition of sulindac was studied in end-stage renal disease patients requiring hemodialysis. Plasma concentrations of sulindac and it sulfone metabolite were comparable to those of normal healthy volunteers whereas concentrations of the active sulfide metabolite were significantly reduced. Plasma protein binding was reduced and the AUC of the unbound sulfide metabolite was about half that in healthy subjects. Sulindac and its metabolites are not significantly removed from the blood in patients undergoing hemodialysis. Since Clinoril is eliminated primarily by the kidneys, patients with significantly impaired renal function should be closely monitored. A lower daily dosage should be anticipated to avoid excessive drug accumulation. Long-term administration of NSAIDs has resulted in renal papillary necrosis and other renal injury. Renal toxicity has also been seen in patients in whom renal prostaglandins have a compensatory role in the maintenance of renal perfusion. In these patients, administration of a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug may cause a dose-dependent reduction in prostaglandin formation and, secondarily, in renal blood flow, which may precipitate overt renal decompensation. Patients at greatest risk of this reaction are those with impaired renal function, heart failure, liver dysfunction, those taking diuretics and ACE inhibitors, patients who are volume-depleted and the elderly. Discontinuation of NSAID therapy is usually followed by recovery to the pretreatment state. Advanced Renal Disease No information is available from controlled clinical studies regarding the use of Clinoril in patients with advanced renal disease. Therefore, treatment with Clinoril is not recommended in these patients with advanced renal disease. If Clinoril therapy must be initiated, close monitoring of the patient's renal function is advisable. Voltaren - NSAID Caution should be used when initiating treatment with Voltaren in patients with considerable dehydration. Long-term administration of NSAIDs has resulted in renal papillary necrosis and other renal injury. Renal toxicity has also been seen in patients in whom renal prostaglandins have a compensatory role in the maintenance of renal perfusion. In these patients, administration of a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug may cause a dose-dependent reduction in prostaglandin formation and, secondarily, in renal blood flow, which may precipitate overt renal decompensation. Patients at greatest risk of this reaction are those with impaired renal function, heart failure, liver dysfunction, those taking diuretics and ACE inhibitors, and the elderly. Discontinuation of NSAID therapy is usually followed by recovery to the pretreatment state. Any patient that is currently on dialysis should discuss any medications that are considering to incorporate in their daily regime with their doctor. Answered by Kristin Doody 1 year ago.


Clinoril 125 mg is ordered; available tablets are 0.5 g. How many tablets will you give?
Asked by Minda Svedin 1 year ago.

If the tablets are .5g (which is 500 mg), then 125mg would equal 1/4 of a tablet. Answered by Cecila Vares 1 year ago.


I took a pill a while back and i'm not sure what it was?
it was a hexagon(6 sides) im pretty sure, pale yellow, ahh when it was broken up the power was pale yellow as well, it was a painkiller, it wasnt percocet and i dont remember the imprints on it.. help? lol Asked by Shizuko Esfahani 1 year ago.

Clinoril (sulindac), a nonsteroidal anti inflammatory used mainly in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. Answered by Wilma Voshell 1 year ago.


If you have Crohn's diesase, what's helped you?
I was recently diagnosed with Crohn's disease and well, I'm looking for ideas to experiment with such as diets and medications or herbal remedies that have helped others. I've looked online and in books but nothing is really certain to help. So, if you have Crohns and found something thats really... Asked by Jamie Girote 1 year ago.

I was recently diagnosed with Crohn's disease and well, I'm looking for ideas to experiment with such as diets and medications or herbal remedies that have helped others. I've looked online and in books but nothing is really certain to help. So, if you have Crohns and found something thats really helped, please let me know! Thanks! Answered by Asha Outhier 1 year ago.

Hi THere Here is some info and remedies to help with your condition. Causes Crohn's disease can be caused by a variety of factors, including poor diet and nutrition, food allergies, imbalanced levels of hydrochloric acid, impaired immunity, infections, lack of exercise, "leaky gut" syndrome, pharmaceutical drugs, and stress. Note: Pharmaceutical Drugs: The following drugs can all cause and exacerbate various gastrointestinal disorders, including Crohn's disease: Accutane, Alka-Seltzer Antacid and Alka-Seltzer Pain Reliever, Anturane, Genuine Bayer Aspirin, Bayer Plus Aspirin, Bayer Regular Strength Enteric Aspirin, Bufferin Analgesic Tablets and Caplets, Ceptaz, Clinoril, Cuprimine, Ecotrin Enteric Coated Aspirin, Feldene, Ilosone, Lamprene, Leukine for IV Infusion, Lopid, Marplan, Meclomen, Novantrone, Paraplatin, Piroxicam, Prokine I.V. Infusion, Retrovir, Rynatuss, Supprelin Injection, Suprax, Ticlid, Tolectin, Toradol IM Injection, Trecator-SC, Trilisate, and Voltaren. Quick Action Plan for Crohn's Disease 1. Diet is of primary importance. Avoid all sugars, refined flour products, and carbohydrates, milk and dairy products, processed foods that contain preservatives and artificial sweeteners, alcohol, hydrogenated and trans-fatty oils, as well as foods that are common allergens. 2. Emphasize organic, fresh vegetables and non-citrus fruits, organic grains, as well as organic, free-range meats and poultry and wild-caught fish. 3. Drink plenty of pure, filtered water throughout the day. Gallon a day if you can. 4. Enema containing butyric acid two to five times a week. (Add one tablespoon of butyric acid to one quart of warm water.) Do a Colon Cleanse to clean out the toxins in the body. A liver cleanse will help new blood penetrate the sick areas and help the healing process. 5. Supplements with vitamin A, beta carotene, vitamin C, calcium, magnesium, potassium, and zinc, taken with a multivitamin/multimineral formula. Essential fatty acids, especial omega-3 oils, are also recommended. 6. Stress reduction through the use of various mind/body medicine techniques, such as biofeedback, hypnotherapy, meditation and relaxation exercises. 7. If you smoke, stop and if you are currently taking aspirin or other NSAIDs, consider replacing them with safer, more effective natural remedies. 8. Soothing baths two to five nights and alternating hot and cold water packs placed over the stomach and upper abdomen. 9. Juice remedies include aloe juice; wheatgrass juice; cabbage, papaya, and carrot juice; and carrot, beet, and cucumber juice. 10. Juice of half a lemon with warm water, especially in the morning. 11. Allow yourself to receive emotional support to help you embrace some of the common underlying issues identified with Crohn's, such as abandonment, anger, disappointment and rage, which often settle in the gut. Seek out a therapist or other skilled practitioner that can guide you through emotional healing work. 12. Learn about colon and liver cleansing to start ridding of the toxins in the blood. This is the key to long term health (for any disease). Best of health to you Answered by Carol Croissant 1 year ago.


Can you cure lupus with stem cells?
Are we close to finding a cure for lupus? My sister was diagnose with this dieseas last yr. It breaks my heart that my sister is suffering. I'm doing all kinds of research to see what is out there. Asked by Mariano Strahl 1 year ago.

Is there a cure for lupus? At the present time there is not a cure for lupus, but there certainly is effective treatment. How is lupus treated? The majority of symptoms of lupus are due to inflammation and so the treatment is aimed at reducing that inflammation. This can be done through a number of different medications. There are four families of medications used in the treatment of lupus. They include: Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs - drugs such as ibuprofen (Advil & Motrin), naproxen, (Naprosyn & Aleve), sulindac (Clinoril), piroxicam (Feldene), diclofenac (Voltaren) to name a few. Corticosteroids - drugs such as prednisone, prednisolone, medrol, deltasone, cortisone and others. Anti-malarials - these have been found to be effective in treating the joint pain, skin rashes and ulcers that some people develop on the inside of their nose or mouth. Plaquenil (hydroxychloroquine) is probably the most commonly prescribed anti-malarial drug in the United States. There is no known relationship between lupus and malaria. The fourth family of medications, immunosuppressants (or immunomodulating) /chemotherapy, is generally reserved for those individuals who have the most severe flares of lupus; or to enable the steroid dose to be reduced. A severe flare is one that affects an organ to the degree that the function is impaired. When this happens something has to be done to preserve the function of the organ and that's when immunosuppressive or chemotherapy medications are prescribed. These actually suppress the over activity of the immune system brought on by the lupus, and help limit the damage and preserve the function of the involved organ. (Lupus is NOT a form of cancer). The majority of people who have lupus are treated with the first three families of medications, the nonsteroidals, corticosteroids and the anti-malarial drugs. These may be used either alone or in combination. Since individuals respond differently to medications, it may take time before you are able to determine, through trial & error, which medication at which dose provides relief of the symptoms of lupus. Frequently physicians will try one medication see how it works and if it doesn't work, they may have to change the dose or switch to another medication. I don't want to go on prednisone. Are there any other treatments available? In addition to corticosteroids, lupus can be treated with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, anti-malarial medications, and chemotherapy drugs. There can be situations where steroids are the best choice of therapy and the other medications are not indicated or are ineffective. Drink a large glass of low sodium vegetable juice cocktail Eat a bowl of air popped or low fat microwave popcorn Eat a plate of raw vegetables dipped in fat-free sour cream If you can, go for a walk Drink a cup of decaffeinated flavored coffee with low fat milk These are low fat substitutions, which can reduce your overall caloric intake and hopefully curb your weight gain. Taking steroids can also increase water weight gain. You can help to cut down the amount of fluid retention by reducing your sodium and/or salt intake. This can be accomplished by avoiding processed or convenience food whenever possible. If you are going to be eating convenience or processed foods, check the label and make sure that no item contains more than 200 mg of sodium per serving. Or if you are eating a whole frozen dinner, for example, try and stay between 500 and 700 mg of sodium. If you can avoid processed meats such as luncheon meats, sausages or bacon, you'll be reducing your sodium intake and that's good. If you have a choice among fresh, frozen or canned vegetables, stay away from the canned and choose fresh or frozen because they are lower in sodium. Support groups and commercial weight loss programs can assist in weight control efforts. Do you recommend any herbs or vitamins for the treatment of lupus? We do not recommend any specific herbs or vitamins. There is a great deal of interest in herbal medicine and vitamin therapy. However, this is an area that really requires further scientific study. There are many anecdotal reports of people who took a certain vitamin or herb and felt that it helped improve their lupus. However, you have to be careful because some herbs have been shown to contain dangerous contaminants. With vitamin therapy, you have to be careful of not overdosing. In general if you are concerned about having adequate quantities of vitamins in your diet, you can take a single multi-vitamin per day. Calcium supplements, to prevent osteoporosis (bone thinning), are a good idea. Patients who are prescribed methotrexate are often told to further supplement their diet with folic acid. Answered by Jarrod Andert 1 year ago.

There is currently a great deal of research going on regarding lupus. Some scientists are doing clinical trials with stem cells. There are quite a few clinical trials for new medications. In these trials, you get to stay on your current medication and add either the new drug or a placebo. After a specified amount of time, everyone finds out if they got the drug or the placebo and then everyone is given the medication at no charge. You can find trials at the link below. Answered by Rose Zywiec 1 year ago.


Can you catch gastroenteritis from somebody who caught it from you?
I've just recovered from 3 days in hell with what I'm guessing was a form of gastroenteritis. My girlfriend just came down with what must be the same thing and i'm wondering if I should now be immune to it or if I can catch it back from her as easily as she caught it from me. Asked by Albina Fillyaw 1 year ago.

Hi Moochaser Here are some ideas to heal the issue. Causes In addition to bacterial and viral infections, gastritis can also be caused by poor diet, food allergies, nutritional deficiencies, alcohol, smoking, and chronic stress. As mentioned above, various commonly used medications can also cause gastritis, especially NSAIDs. In addition to aspirin, other NSAIDs that are linked to gastritis include Advil, Clinoril, Feldene, Ibuprofen, Nalfon, Nuprin, Orudis, Oruvail, Relafen, and Tolectin. In severe cases of gastritis, internal bleeding can occur due to thinning of the lining of the stomach and/or intestines. Caution: If you experience internal bleeding and/or experience blood in your stool, seek immediate professional medical attention. Quick Action Plan for Gastritis 1. Avoid all sugars, refined flour products, and carbohydrates, milk and dairy products, processed foods that contain preservatives and artificial sweeteners, alcohol, hydrogenated and trans-fatty oils, as well as foods that are common allergens. 2. Emphasize organic, fresh vegetables and non-citrus fruits, organic grains, as well as organic, free-range meats and poultry and wild-caught fish. 3. Drink plenty of pure, filtered water throughout the day. 4. Miso soup and strained vegetable broth, made from cooking down a variety of organic vegetables, are healing and easy to digest, making them especially valuable for any digestive problems. 5. Certain herbs have anti-inflammatory properties, which can help repair the lining of the stomach and intestines. The best herbs for this are Echinacea and goldenseal, aloe vera, cayenne pepper, chamomile, licorice root, and slippery elm. 6. Soothing baths two to five nights a week can help to relieve symptoms of gastritis. 7. Therapeutic juices include raw cabbage juice by itself, or mixed with either carrot or celery juice; raw potato juice; wheatgrass juice; carrot, spinach juice; carrot juice; carrot, beet cucumber. 8. If you smoke, stop, and avoid exposure to secondhand cigarette smoke. 9. Learn how to effectively cope with and manage stress; deep breathing, meditation, Qi Gong and other calming and grounding movement techniques are very supportive. 10. If you are currently taking aspirin or other NSAIDs, consider replacing them with safer, more effective natural remedies. 11. Nutritional supplements include vitamin A, beta carotene, vitamin C, and zinc, taken with a multivitamin/multimineral formula. Essential fatty acids, especial omega-3 oils, are also recommended, as are bismuth and the amino acid L-glutamine. 12. Allow yourself to receive emotional support to help you embrace some of the common underlying issues identified with Gastritis, such as abandonment, anger, disappointment and rage, which often settle in the gut. Seek out a therapist or other skilled practitioner that can guide you through emotional healing work. Best of health to you Answered by Corey Niese 1 year ago.

Yep. He used to be lovable. Saw him at Wal-Mart in car. He had a good T and tight denims. He used to be 30 Something. Maybe towards forty. He had a few clueless Twinkie with him round 20. Nice chest. And he used to be brief. I like them brief and stocky or muscular identical to he used to be. He used to be clever. I like them wise too. Smart and pleasant. Answered by Maida Sick 1 year ago.


Can you take Diclofenac or Sulindac with Lisinopril?
My fiancee has kidney failure and is on dialysis. He's on several blood pressure medications, including Lisinopril. He has inflammation that he's been taking Advil for, but is concerned about the potassium. However, he feels he needs to take something stronger. Can he take Sulindac (Clinoril) or... Asked by Kristen Creer 1 year ago.

My fiancee has kidney failure and is on dialysis. He's on several blood pressure medications, including Lisinopril. He has inflammation that he's been taking Advil for, but is concerned about the potassium. However, he feels he needs to take something stronger. Can he take Sulindac (Clinoril) or Diclofenac (Voltaren) with Lisinopril? Will this have the same potassium problem? And if you can't take them together, why not? Answered by Zelma Grever 1 year ago.

Clinoril - NSAID Renal Insufficiency Sulindac pharmacokinetics have been investigated in patients with renal insufficiency. The disposition of sulindac was studied in end-stage renal disease patients requiring hemodialysis. Plasma concentrations of sulindac and it sulfone metabolite were comparable to those of normal healthy volunteers whereas concentrations of the active sulfide metabolite were significantly reduced. Plasma protein binding was reduced and the AUC of the unbound sulfide metabolite was about half that in healthy subjects. Sulindac and its metabolites are not significantly removed from the blood in patients undergoing hemodialysis. Since Clinoril is eliminated primarily by the kidneys, patients with significantly impaired renal function should be closely monitored. A lower daily dosage should be anticipated to avoid excessive drug accumulation. Long-term administration of NSAIDs has resulted in renal papillary necrosis and other renal injury. Renal toxicity has also been seen in patients in whom renal prostaglandins have a compensatory role in the maintenance of renal perfusion. In these patients, administration of a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug may cause a dose-dependent reduction in prostaglandin formation and, secondarily, in renal blood flow, which may precipitate overt renal decompensation. Patients at greatest risk of this reaction are those with impaired renal function, heart failure, liver dysfunction, those taking diuretics and ACE inhibitors, patients who are volume-depleted and the elderly. Discontinuation of NSAID therapy is usually followed by recovery to the pretreatment state. Advanced Renal Disease No information is available from controlled clinical studies regarding the use of Clinoril in patients with advanced renal disease. Therefore, treatment with Clinoril is not recommended in these patients with advanced renal disease. If Clinoril therapy must be initiated, close monitoring of the patient's renal function is advisable. Voltaren - NSAID Caution should be used when initiating treatment with Voltaren in patients with considerable dehydration. Long-term administration of NSAIDs has resulted in renal papillary necrosis and other renal injury. Renal toxicity has also been seen in patients in whom renal prostaglandins have a compensatory role in the maintenance of renal perfusion. In these patients, administration of a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug may cause a dose-dependent reduction in prostaglandin formation and, secondarily, in renal blood flow, which may precipitate overt renal decompensation. Patients at greatest risk of this reaction are those with impaired renal function, heart failure, liver dysfunction, those taking diuretics and ACE inhibitors, and the elderly. Discontinuation of NSAID therapy is usually followed by recovery to the pretreatment state. Any patient that is currently on dialysis should discuss any medications that are considering to incorporate in their daily regime with their doctor. Answered by Sylvester Sudol 1 year ago.


Clinoril 125 mg is ordered; available tablets are 0.5 g. How many tablets will you give?
Asked by Tomika Licklider 1 year ago.

If the tablets are .5g (which is 500 mg), then 125mg would equal 1/4 of a tablet. Answered by Holli Kawakami 1 year ago.


I took a pill a while back and i'm not sure what it was?
it was a hexagon(6 sides) im pretty sure, pale yellow, ahh when it was broken up the power was pale yellow as well, it was a painkiller, it wasnt percocet and i dont remember the imprints on it.. help? lol Asked by Vikki Surprenant 1 year ago.

Clinoril (sulindac), a nonsteroidal anti inflammatory used mainly in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. Answered by Arianne Gimble 1 year ago.


If you have Crohn's diesase, what's helped you?
I was recently diagnosed with Crohn's disease and well, I'm looking for ideas to experiment with such as diets and medications or herbal remedies that have helped others. I've looked online and in books but nothing is really certain to help. So, if you have Crohns and found something thats really... Asked by Conception Stotts 1 year ago.

I was recently diagnosed with Crohn's disease and well, I'm looking for ideas to experiment with such as diets and medications or herbal remedies that have helped others. I've looked online and in books but nothing is really certain to help. So, if you have Crohns and found something thats really helped, please let me know! Thanks! Answered by Ahmad Wellbrock 1 year ago.

Hi THere Here is some info and remedies to help with your condition. Causes Crohn's disease can be caused by a variety of factors, including poor diet and nutrition, food allergies, imbalanced levels of hydrochloric acid, impaired immunity, infections, lack of exercise, "leaky gut" syndrome, pharmaceutical drugs, and stress. Note: Pharmaceutical Drugs: The following drugs can all cause and exacerbate various gastrointestinal disorders, including Crohn's disease: Accutane, Alka-Seltzer Antacid and Alka-Seltzer Pain Reliever, Anturane, Genuine Bayer Aspirin, Bayer Plus Aspirin, Bayer Regular Strength Enteric Aspirin, Bufferin Analgesic Tablets and Caplets, Ceptaz, Clinoril, Cuprimine, Ecotrin Enteric Coated Aspirin, Feldene, Ilosone, Lamprene, Leukine for IV Infusion, Lopid, Marplan, Meclomen, Novantrone, Paraplatin, Piroxicam, Prokine I.V. Infusion, Retrovir, Rynatuss, Supprelin Injection, Suprax, Ticlid, Tolectin, Toradol IM Injection, Trecator-SC, Trilisate, and Voltaren. Quick Action Plan for Crohn's Disease 1. Diet is of primary importance. Avoid all sugars, refined flour products, and carbohydrates, milk and dairy products, processed foods that contain preservatives and artificial sweeteners, alcohol, hydrogenated and trans-fatty oils, as well as foods that are common allergens. 2. Emphasize organic, fresh vegetables and non-citrus fruits, organic grains, as well as organic, free-range meats and poultry and wild-caught fish. 3. Drink plenty of pure, filtered water throughout the day. Gallon a day if you can. 4. Enema containing butyric acid two to five times a week. (Add one tablespoon of butyric acid to one quart of warm water.) Do a Colon Cleanse to clean out the toxins in the body. A liver cleanse will help new blood penetrate the sick areas and help the healing process. 5. Supplements with vitamin A, beta carotene, vitamin C, calcium, magnesium, potassium, and zinc, taken with a multivitamin/multimineral formula. Essential fatty acids, especial omega-3 oils, are also recommended. 6. Stress reduction through the use of various mind/body medicine techniques, such as biofeedback, hypnotherapy, meditation and relaxation exercises. 7. If you smoke, stop and if you are currently taking aspirin or other NSAIDs, consider replacing them with safer, more effective natural remedies. 8. Soothing baths two to five nights and alternating hot and cold water packs placed over the stomach and upper abdomen. 9. Juice remedies include aloe juice; wheatgrass juice; cabbage, papaya, and carrot juice; and carrot, beet, and cucumber juice. 10. Juice of half a lemon with warm water, especially in the morning. 11. Allow yourself to receive emotional support to help you embrace some of the common underlying issues identified with Crohn's, such as abandonment, anger, disappointment and rage, which often settle in the gut. Seek out a therapist or other skilled practitioner that can guide you through emotional healing work. 12. Learn about colon and liver cleansing to start ridding of the toxins in the blood. This is the key to long term health (for any disease). Best of health to you Answered by Liza Kracke 1 year ago.


Plz help Crohn's sugery?
I recently found out that my doctor has considered surgery for my crohn's disease. it's not definate but is in talks. plz, if there is, can someone tell me if there are other options than the surgery Asked by Marquita Sego 1 year ago.

Hi Simfan Here are some remedies to help with your condition. Causes Crohn's disease can be caused by a variety of factors, including poor diet and nutrition, food allergies, imbalanced levels of hydrochloric acid, impaired immunity, infections, lack of exercise, "leaky gut" syndrome, pharmaceutical drugs, and stress. Note: Pharmaceutical Drugs: The following drugs can all cause and exacerbate various gastrointestinal disorders, including Crohn's disease: Accutane, Alka-Seltzer Antacid and Alka-Seltzer Pain Reliever, Anturane, Genuine Bayer Aspirin, Bayer Plus Aspirin, Bayer Regular Strength Enteric Aspirin, Bufferin Analgesic Tablets and Caplets, Ceptaz, Clinoril, Cuprimine, Ecotrin Enteric Coated Aspirin, Feldene, Ilosone, Lamprene, Leukine for IV Infusion, Lopid, Marplan, Meclomen, Novantrone, Paraplatin, Piroxicam, Prokine I.V. Infusion, Retrovir, Rynatuss, Supprelin Injection, Suprax, Ticlid, Tolectin, Toradol IM Injection, Trecator-SC, Trilisate, and Voltaren. Quick Action Plan for Crohn's Disease 1. Diet is of primary importance. Avoid all sugars, refined flour products, and carbohydrates, milk and dairy products, processed foods that contain preservatives and artificial sweeteners, alcohol, hydrogenated and trans-fatty oils, as well as foods that are common allergens. 2. Emphasize organic, fresh vegetables and non-citrus fruits, organic grains, as well as organic, free-range meats and poultry and wild-caught fish. 3. Drink plenty of pure, filtered water throughout the day. Gallon a day if you can. 4. Enema containing butyric acid two to five times a week. (Add one tablespoon of butyric acid to one quart of warm water.) Or and do a Colon/Liver Cleanse. 5. Supplements with vitamin A, beta carotene, vitamin C, calcium, magnesium, potassium, and zinc, taken with a multivitamin/multimineral formula. Essential fatty acids, especial omega-3 oils, are also recommended. 6. Stress reduction through the use of various mind/body medicine techniques, such as biofeedback, hypnotherapy, meditation and relaxation exercises. 7. If you smoke, stop and if you are currently taking aspirin or other NSAIDs, consider replacing them with safer, more effective natural remedies. 8. Soothing baths two to five nights and alternating hot and cold water packs placed over the stomach and upper abdomen. 9. Juice remedies include aloe juice; wheatgrass juice; cabbage, papaya, and carrot juice; and carrot, beet, and cucumber juice. 10. Juice of half a lemon with warm water, especially in the morning. 11. Allow yourself to receive emotional support to help you embrace some of the common underlying issues identified with Crohn's, such as abandonment, anger, disappointment and rage, which often settle in the gut. Seek out a therapist or other skilled practitioner that can guide you through emotional healing work. Best of health to you Cheers Answered by Carmela Schlechten 1 year ago.

Read "The Makers Diet" The guy that wrote it had Crohn's disease and cured himself with diet and suppliments.It sounds alot like ALT DOCs suggestions.I went on the diet because it was kind of a thing going through my church and I feel alot better.You should take a look at the book.You can order the suppliments on line and many health food store sell them. Answered by Kerri Stagnitto 1 year ago.

pricey enrique only ingesting lots & doing gymnasium wil not artwork.you want perfect weight-relief plan plan wat to eat wat now to not eat & dietary supplementation. you may benefit 3 kg weight in a month.yet earlier this your well being diagnosis is could . i will also help u if u can supply bit extra information. ideal regards, dr pawan Answered by Kena Shanon 1 year ago.


Could having a growth in the stomach be cancer even though the biopsy showed no cancer?
I have recently had a ct scan, colonospopy, & a biopsy of a growth on the inside of my stomach.The doctor says that the growth isn't cancer.He also said that he found an ulser and a hianal hernia.My brother died 2 years ago with the same problem,it ended up being cancer after all. Medical bills are getting to... Asked by Marianne Trokey 1 year ago.

I have recently had a ct scan, colonospopy, & a biopsy of a growth on the inside of my stomach.The doctor says that the growth isn't cancer.He also said that he found an ulser and a hianal hernia.My brother died 2 years ago with the same problem,it ended up being cancer after all. Medical bills are getting to be too much for me to afford to have any more tests done.I have a little girl to raise and can't afford to go to the doctor nor afford to die.Are there programs out there that will help me with doctor bills or set up low monthly payments.I have bc/bs insurance, but i owe 20 % of 20,000 already and doctors want their money NOW.(not in payments) Answered by Dianne Olsen 1 year ago.

Hi GHW Here are some ideas on how to heal the ulcer issue. You must educate yourself on colon and liver cleansing to clear out the toxins in the blood. This is the key to a healthy life (besides no stress). Causes of Peptic Ulcer In addition to bacterial and viral infections, peptic ulcer can also be caused by poor diet, food allergies, nutritional deficiencies, alcohol, smoking, and chronic stress. As mentioned above, various commonly used medications can also cause problems, especially asprin. In addition to aspirin, other NSAIDs linked to peptic ulcers include Advil, Clinoril, Feldene, Ibuprofen, Nalfon, Nuprin, Orudis, Oruvail, Relafen, and Tolectin. In severe cases of ulcer, internal bleeding can occur due to thinning of the lining of the stomach and/or intestines. Quick Action Plan for Peptic Ulcer 1. Avoid all sugars, refined carbohydrates, sodas, milk and dairy products, processed foods, preservatives, artificial sweeteners (especially aspartame), corn syrup, alcohol, white bread and white flour products, pastries, and hydrogenated and trans-fatty oils, as well as all foods to which your are allergic. 2. Emphasize organic, fresh vegetables and non-citrus fruits, organic grains, as well as organic, free-range meats and poultry and wild-caught fish. 3. Drink plenty of pure, filtered water throughout the day. I drink a gallon of water a day. 4. Miso soup and strained vegetable broth, made from cooking down a variety of organic vegetables, are healing and easy to digest, making them especially valuable for any digestive problems. 5. To reduce symptoms, eat small meals throughout the day, rather than following the traditional three large meals per day routine. 6. Certain herbs have anti-inflammatory properties, which can help repair the lining of the stomach and intestines. The best herbs for this are Echinacea and goldenseal, aloe vera, cayenne pepper, chamomile, licorice root, and slippery elm. 7. Therapeutic juices include raw cabbage juice by itself, or mixed with either carrot or celery juice; raw potato juice; wheatgrass juice; carrot, spinach juice; carrot juice; carrot, beet cucumber. 8. Soothing baths two to five nights a week can help to relieve symptoms. 9. If you smoke, stop, and also avoid exposure to secondhand cigarette smoke. In addition, learn how to effectively cope with and manage stress. 10. If you are currently taking aspirin or other NSAIDs, consider replacing them with safer, more effective natural remedies. 11. Nutritional supplements include vitamin A, beta carotene, vitamin C, and zinc, taken with a multivitamin/multimineral formula. Essential fatty acids, especial omega-3 oils, are also recommended, as are bismuth and the amino acid L-glutamine. Linseed oil can also be effective. It can be added to salads or over drizzled lightly steamed vegetables. Herbal Medicine: Both Echinacea and goldenseal are useful for treating peptic ulcers because of their ability to improve immune function, as well as their anti-inflammatory properties, which can help repair the lining of the stomach and intestines. These herbs also have strong natural antibiotic properties, making them useful for dealing with bacterial infections that often cause peptic ulcer. Shiitake mushrooms can be helpful due to their antiviral properties, as can aloe vera, cayenne pepper, chamomile, licorice root, and slippery elm. Other useful herbs include calendula, linden flower, marshmallow, meadowsweet, and valerian. Soothing herbal infusions include one part chamomile and two parts marshmallow root, or one part chamomile and one part linden flower or valerian (take one teaspoon three times a day). Homeopathy: Useful homeopathic remedies include, Arsen alb., Acidum nit., Belladonna, Calendula, Hamamelis, Lachesis, Nux vomica, and Silicea. Best of health to you Answered by Shyla Philley 1 year ago.

IF YOU DIE YOU NEEDN'T WORRY ABOUT BILLS SEE ANOTHER SPECIALIST AND HAVE ANOTHER BIOPSY DONE. IT'S POSSIBLE THEY DID NOT GET A PIECE OF THE TUMOR FROM THE MIDDLE ONLY THE EDGE AND THAT CAN CAUSE A FALSE NEGATIVE. Answered by Linda Tomita 1 year ago.


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