Uceris (Budesonide) – Product Information
Uceris is a prescription medication. It is taken mainly by those who have the Crohn’s disease of the intestines. If you want to find out how to buy Uceris online, call PricePro Pharmacy customer care or simply follow our "How to Order" guide. We are also available for live chat and we can answer your questions in terms of how to send your prescription or how long it will it take to receive your order.
Uceris is manufactured by Cosmo Pharmaceuticals and Ferring Inc. and available in a 9mg extended-release tablet. We offer this medication from Canada and New Zealand with an alternative name called Cortiment, with an estimated shipping time of 7-10 business days from Canada and 10-18 business days from New Zealand. Uceris is packaged in boxes of 30 tablets per pack. To view our low price Uceris medicine and more, click on the dosage box shown above.
What is Uceris used for?
Uceris or Budesonide is a type of corticosteroid. It is usually in the form of an extended-release tablet and treats Crohn’s disease symptoms. As long as this inflammatory disease of the bowel is mild to moderate, Uceris works effectively. Its role is to reduce inflammation in the small and large intestines. Available in different forms, Budesonide should be prescribed by a doctor to ensure that it helps you. It may also be suggested for conditions other than Crohn’s disease. If your doctor prescribes it for Crohn’s disease, take it without missing. Don’t stop therapy without telling them.
How is Uceris dosage taken?
The recommended dosage when treating a Crohn’s disease is 9mg one time per day. This tablet is taken orally before food in the morning. It will normally be stopped after eight weeks and by then it will have improved your symptoms. Swallow the extended-release tablet whole with a full glass of water; don’t split, chew or crush your medicine before swallowing. Even if you like drinking grapefruit juice or eating the fruit itself, avoid this during treatment. It is thought to increase the quantity of Uceris that is left in the body and this raises your odds of having side effects.
Some people will be given a different dose than the 9mg. That’s because the doctor must consider various factors, including your weight, any diseases you have and any drugs you might be taking. If that’s the case, you should avoid altering the dose you are given. Take a skipped dose as soon as you can recall unless it’s about time to take the next planned dose.
What are the side effects of Uceris?
This medicine can cause side effects with the most common including:
- Stomach pain and/or bloating
- Difficulties falling asleep
- Feeling dizzy and tired
- Muscle cramps and weakness
- Dry mouth
- Blurred vision
Keep taking your medicine as instructed by your doctor. But, if you notice severe side effects, consult the doctor immediately.
What are the precautions of taking Uceris?
If your doctor has suggested Uceris, it is important to help them make the right decision by telling them more about your medical history. So, let your doctor know if you are:
- Allergic to budesonide or another ingredient in this drug
- If you respond badly to soya
- Living with a medical condition caused by a virus, bacteria or fungus
- A tuberculosis patient
- Taking other corticosteroids
- Suffering from high blood pressure
- Treating a liver disease
- Facing an illness or surgery
- Galactose intolerance
- Suffering from myasthenia gravis, a condition that cause muscle weakness
- Living with osteoporosis.
- Pregnant or planning to get pregnant
- Breastfeeding a child.
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.