Asked by Maragret Pok 1 year ago.
Your question is too vague. are you taking this stuff or has a Physician told you to take it? there are many ways to treat gallstones. I suggest you just type "urso forte" in your search bar and you will see lots of websites. Answered by Virgilio Sewer 1 year ago.
What is the difference between capsule pills and tablet pills.? Also I think my change in med is not working.?
What is the difference between capsule pills and tablet pills.? Also I think my change in medication is not working. I use to take capsule pills of Ursodoil for my liver problem. But since my insurance ran out, I am forced to take the same drug (generic) but its called Urso Forte. Its a tablet form. Since I been...
Asked by Raelene Galeano 1 year ago.
What is the difference between capsule pills and tablet pills.? Also I think my change in medication is not working. I use to take capsule pills of Ursodoil for my liver problem. But since my insurance ran out, I am forced to take the same drug (generic) but its called Urso Forte. Its a tablet form. Since I been taking the new drug, I am having wierd syptoms that I use to have before I knew about my problem. I would go to a doctor if I had insurance but I don't so I cant see one to see if my new medication is working at all. Can someone help me.? Thank you Answered by Floria Cantu 1 year ago.
Capsules in general are absorbed better than tablets and are softer on your stomach and are also more durable because the active ingredients are encapsulated. Capsules are slightly more expensive than tablets as the tabletting process is simpler than the encapsulating process. Answered by Cherlyn Shappen 1 year ago.
Some people find the shape of the capsule easier to swallow and many capsulated drugs are also timed release - so as the capsule dissolves slowly the drug is absorbed over time rather than an uncoated tablet. This can be easier on the digestive system (including the liver). Now and then you can get a bad "lot" on your medications. Take what is left back to the pharmacy and ask for an exchange with a new lot (different expiration date) --- if there is still no comparison, make sure your dr. prescribes with a "dont accept substitutions" prescription. How did you get this prescription without a dr. ?? There is prescription medication assistance available, see if you can't get into a sliding scale clinic for some blood tests--- if you've been on this med a while you need to determine its current effectiveness now. DO NOT mess with the health of your liver or you will pay in the longrun-- think your options over, consult assistance agencies but get this taken care of now. Answered by Ed Taraborelli 1 year ago.
Tablet pills are just a solid block of medicine that gets broken down in your digestive system. Capsule pills are another form of medicine, such as a powder or a liquid, encased in a shell. The form that the medicine takes greatly affects how it is absorbed into your system. There are many differences depending on the medicine, but generally capsule pills are used to control when and where the medicine enters your system. Your new symptoms could be a side-effect of the tablet taking longer to digest, and thus entering your system much later than the capsule did. On the other hand, if the capsule was designed to withstand stomach acid, then the tablet being digested could be putting the medicine in you much too early. Regardless, you should talk to your doctor about it. If you change from tablets to capsules, you must change the way you take it, as the form can GREATLY change the dosage of the medcine. Answered by Juana Staggs 1 year ago.
You can write me an email if you want. capsules might work more efficiently by absorbing better but I think they work about the same. Pills might have more fillers so companies can make the same shape of pill everytime. Let me know what the problem is and I'll tell you what I think. One suggestion would be to take your medication with a more acidic food like meat. Pills break up a lot easier in an acidic stomache. I don't have a very good understanding of your condition so I don't know what else you could do. I guess you could take your pill on an empty stomache which would assure an acidic stomache. Answered by Piedad Kong 1 year ago.
ask a doctor Answered by Tami Erbes 1 year ago.
try talking to a docter Answered by Lai Ulcena 1 year ago.
CALL YOUR DOCTOR. Answered by Carina Avison 1 year ago.