Check Mesalamine Cost & Buy Online with PricePro Pharmacy
Surfing the web to find the lowest price on Asacol tablets? Check out the cost-savings with PricePro Pharmacy.
You can place an order online or by calling 1-855-776-0079 and speaking to a customer service agent for support.
We also have a live chat feature for quick support. Please note we do require a prescription to be submitted to process the order.
The Rx can be emailed, faxed, uploaded, or we can even reach out to your doctor for a copy.
Click on the dosage box above to begin the path to savings.
The following dosages are available to order:
- Asacol 400mg
- Asacol 800mg
- Mesalamine 400mg (generic)
- Mesalamine 800mg (generic)
When you click on the dosage box you will be able to view the manufacturers, pack sizes, and costs.
In the United States, the average retail price of Asacol 800mg is:
- $1020.02 for 90 tablets of brand medication
- $602.27 for 90 tablets of generic Mesalamine
With PricePro Pharmacy, we take pride in provide affordable prices to help manage your medication costs.
- $115.00 for 90 tablets of brand medication
- $81.00 for 90 tablets of generic medication
This is a savings of 88% on brand Asacol cost and 87% on generic Mesalamine cost. Also you don't need to worry about finding an Asacol coupon or worry about insurance coverage. These low prices are available without insurance.
Currently we do not have a Mesalamine coupon code for additional discounts. However, we love helping our patients save money so for those placing their first order there are special offers available.
New customer coupon codes can be applied at checkout as follows:
- PRICE10 - Save $10 on your first order (minimum $50 order value)
- PRICE20 - Save $20 on your first order (minimum $100 order value)
Please note that these pharmacy coupon codes are one-time use only for new customers and cannot be combined with other coupons/offers.
We do offer Asacol generic in both 400mg and 800mg dosage. Generic Mesalamine contains the same active ingredient as Asacol.
Generic drugs are lower cost alternatives than their brand name counterpart. At PricePro Pharmacy we strive to provide affordable solutions for your prescription needs.
Our estimated shipping times are dependent on the product source selected. For example:
- Product of Canada and United Kingdom - 7 to 10 business days
- Product of Turkey and India - 10 to 18 business days
The standard shipping fee is $9.95 for all orders. Once your medication ships, you will receive an email alert updating the tracking details of your package.
Take advantage our free refill reminder service where you help notify you by email or phone as to when best time your next refill.
You can also log into your online pharmacy account and view previous order history and re-order directly if you have an active prescription on file.
Let PricePro Pharmacy be your #1 source for discount prescription drugs.
Asacol (Mesalamine) Medication Information
Asacol is indicated for the treatment of mild to moderate ulcerative colitis. It can also be given for maintenance to keep ulcerative colitis in remission.
Ulcerative colitis is an inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Ulcerative colitis occurs in the colon, which is the final section of the gastrointestinal tract, including the large intestine and the rectum.
Ulcerative colitis affects the inner lining of cells in the GI tract and can range from mild to severe. Symptoms may include diarrhea, abdominal pain, rectal bleeding, weight loss, fatigue, and rectal pain. People with severe disease may have symptoms in other parts of their body like joint pain.
Asacol contains the active ingredient mesalamine, which reduces the overactive immune response in the large intestine and rectum.
Asacol is available in 400 mg tablets.
For ulcerative colitis treatment, the usual dosage is 800 mg by mouth three times daily for six weeks.
For maintenance of remission, the usual dose is 1.6 g by mouth daily in divided doses for six months.
Common side effects of Asacol may include:
- Abdominal pain
- Acne Vulgaris
- Exacerbation of colitis
- Skin rash
A small portion of patients may experience a worsening of ulcerative colitis symptoms after starting Asacol. Tell your doctor if you get worsening cramps, abdominal pain, bloody diarrhea, fever, headache, malaise, pruritus, rash, or conjunctivitis.
Asacol can increase the skin’s sensitivity to the sun. Wear sunscreen and other skin protection while taking Asacol.
Tell your doctor if you have a history of kidney impairment.
Do not use Asacol if you have a gastric or duodenal ulcer or urinary tract obstruction.
Avoid medications that reduce stomach acid while taking Asacol because they can interfere with absorption.
Common drug interactions include:
- H2 receptors antagonists
- Proton pump inhibitors
Store Asacol at room temperature 20°- 25°C (68°- 77°F) in a cool, dry environment. Avoid humid rooms like the kitchen or bathroom.
- Do not crush, chew, cut, or break Asacol tablets.
- Use sunscreen while taking Asacol and avoid sources of artificial sunlight like tanning beds.
- Different formulations of Asacol are not always interchangeable. Check with your doctor and pharmacist before switching where you obtain your medication.
- Take Asacol on an empty stomach, one hour before or two hours after a meal.
How long does it take for Asacol to work?
Symptoms should improve within two to four weeks of starting Asacol, but it may take longer for ulcerative colitis to go into remission. Continue taking Asacol for the full six-week course unless directed by your doctor.
Can Asacol cause damage to my liver or kidneys?
Very rarely, Asacol can cause liver or kidney damage that is reversible when the drug is stopped.
Why can’t Asacol be split?
Asacol works upon contact with the cells of the lower GI tract. It has a special coating that allows it to reach the area without being broken down during digestion. Splitting the pill will destroy the protective coating.
- Asacol [package insert]. Mason, OH: Warner Chilcott; 2010.
Author: Dr. Conor Sheehy, PharmD, BCPS
Dr. Sheehy is a board-certified pharmacotherapy specialist. He has worked in multiple practice settings, including retail and hospital pharmacies, and in medical clinics. He specializes in anticoagulation, psychiatric medications, and diabetes medications. He strives to empower his patients to understand their medications and improve their overall medical care.
The above information is an educational aid only. It is not intended as medical advice for individual conditions or treatments. Talk to your doctor, nurse or pharmacist before following any medical regimen to see if it is safe and effective for you.