FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments: ENTYVIO

User Comments:


For Ulcerative Colitis “I have tried almost every medicine there is even entyvio but one medicine that I guarantee will help you is taking suboxone. Please take my advice when you have a whole film of suboxone cut them in 4 slices take just a quarter. I guarantee u that the diarrhea, the pains and everything else will go away. Suboxone for Ulcerative colitis has been a miracle drug for me and has helped me be on remission for about 4 years. Now I had it when I was 23 I took suboxone at the age of 24 and I have been amazed. Subozone is used to treat people with addiction but it can be a miracle drug to other sickness. Please take my advice and at least give it a try I promise u it will work better then any drug. The doctors have no idea what works because they are not rocket scientist and they don’t have what we have. We on the other hand know what works n what doesn’t”

Joey March 13, 2018


For Ulcerative Colitis “Been on now for 5 months. Symptoms returned 2 months in. Dr wants to give it a good try so I’m back on Cortiment and awaiting a scope that he only has time for in June. Lost a lot of hair which is somewhat devastating for a woman who wants to feel normal and keep disability invisible. Dizziness and muscle weakness to the point of gym workouts not recovering for days. So now I’m torn bc if I stop the meds and he does a scope in June he could say well we don’t know if it worked you didn’t give it enough time. It’s a mental drain always trying to fix yourself and I think most people here wouldn’t buy a fancy car if they won heaps of money but rather diagnostic equipment. If it was possible to see what’s really going on in their bodies. The unknown sucks. Getting naturopathic medicine and support and trying ketogenic diet along with fodmap and medical marijuana to help cope with the depression. I hope it’s enough to keep me off these meds”

Anonymous (taken for 1 to 6 months) February 15, 2018


For Crohn’s Disease “Just had second treatment. My treatments have been every 2 weeks. Crohns is still the same no pain relief at all. 1 hour after infusion nausea starts, diarrhea, joint and muscle pain, stomach pain, hot flashes, tired but trouble sleeping. Not sure if this is right for me”

Lindsayontario February 8, 2018


For Ulcerative Colitis “Entyvio has worked wonders for me the entire time I’ve been taking it— I finally feel like my ulcerative colitis is under control and I can finally breathe again for the first time in years without the anxiety or worry of my condition weighing me down. The infusion itself is the most inconvenient part, but the affects of the drug of severe colitis is definitely worth the inconvenience. I love it”

Mkm98 (taken for 1 to 6 months) January 14, 2018


For Ulcerative Colitis “I was on the clinical trial scheduled for 30 injections, after the second I no longer had symptoms. I was given a third injection per the trial policy. I was then told I would no longer get the injections since it worked for me. I’ve been in remission since my last injection. I am still taking mesalamine. It has been several months and no symptoms . Thank God.”

KMACK1 December 29, 2017


For Ulcerative Colitis “DO NOT TAKE ENTYVIO!!! That is of course unless you want your immune system to shut down and be unable to fight off even the littlest common cold. Not to mention the crazy amount of debilitating side-effects. Headaches, sore muscles, major fatigue, restless leg syndrome, feeling like you want to throw up out of the blue, back pain and coughing. Oh and IF you do happen to get a cold while you’re already experiencing these side effects, you might as well times the pain by 3 and prepare for a very long recovery as your body is too weak to fight off any disease.As for my colitis symptoms..?? Entyvio almost TRIPLED my symptoms!! CONSTANT diarrhea, NON-STOP abdominal discomfort and literally you are up all night. AVOID BY ALL MEANS!”

Chad n Roll December 26, 2017

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