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Canasa is a prescription drug used to treat certain types of ulcerative colitis. To find the best price for Canasa, compare local pharmacies in the list below. Remember, we generate this list based on zip code and dose; you can change these at any time by clicking the headers above. Also, a lower price for Canasa may be available in a nearby zip code, so take advantage of our dynamic map to explore your area. We also offer a coupon for Canasa that can discount your out-of-pocket cost and can even be used more than once, just like a savings card. To get your Canasa coupon, click the ‘Get Free Coupon’ button next to your pharmacy of choice, then select the format you prefer (i.e., printing it out or receiving it digitally on your mobile device as an email or SMS text message). Present the coupon when you drop off your prescription for the discount to be applied. For more information about this medication and other ways to save, see the sections below.
Canasa is used to treat ulcerative rectal colitis (ulcerative proctitis) by preventing swelling in the rectum and intestine as well as sores in the intestine.
The prescription drug Canasa is only available as a rectal suppository in 1000mg doses. It is usually administered as one suppository daily before bed time for three to six weeks, as determined by your doctor based on your symptoms.
You may not be able to use this medication if you are pregnant or breastfeeding, or if you have or have a history of heart problems, kidney or liver problems, pancreatic problems, bleeding in the brain including stroke or aneurysm, rheumatic disease, or Kawasaki syndrome. This drug may interact with other medications, including ACE inhibitors, beta-blockers, NSAIDs, anti-diabetic medications, azathioprine or mercaptopurine, or certain natural extracts. Do not take this medication if you currently have the flu or chicken pox, you've received a vaccine in the last six weeks, you're allergic to NSAIDs or salicylates, or you're taking probenecid or sulfinpyrazone.
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