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Considering taking medication to treat Ulcerative Colitis? Below is a list of common medications used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Ulcerative Colitis. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

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Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
prednisone oral     2412 User Reviews
Humira subcutaneous     231 User Reviews
Lialda oral     177 User Reviews
Humira Pen subcutaneous     167 User Reviews
Imuran oral     166 User Reviews
sulfasalazine oral     137 User Reviews
Pentasa oral     113 User Reviews
mercaptopurine oral     99 User Reviews
azathioprine oral     93 User Reviews
Apriso oral     69 User Reviews
Simponi subcutaneous     65 User Reviews
prednisolone oral     63 User Reviews
Humira Crohn's Disease Starter Pack subcutaneous     44 User Reviews
Colazal oral     40 User Reviews
budesonide oral     35 User Reviews
Azulfidine oral     27 User Reviews
Purinethol oral     22 User Reviews
Proctosol HC rectal     22 User Reviews
Sulfazine EC oral     20 User Reviews
Delzicol oral     20 User Reviews
balsalazide oral     18 User Reviews
hydrocortisone acetate rectal     17 User Reviews
mesalamine oral     16 User Reviews
Proctozone-HC rectal     15 User Reviews
Sulfazine oral     14 User Reviews
Orapred ODT oral     14 User Reviews
mesalamine rectal     13 User Reviews
Humira Psoriasis Starter Pack subcutaneous     13 User Reviews
Azasan oral     12 User Reviews
Asacol HD oral     12 User Reviews
Dipentum oral     9 User Reviews
Prednisone Intensol oral     9 User Reviews
Anusol-HC rectal     8 User Reviews
Rowasa rectal     8 User Reviews
Azulfidine EN-tabs oral     7 User Reviews
Veripred 20 oral     7 User Reviews
Uceris oral     7 User Reviews
adalimumab subcutaneous     6 User Reviews
hydrocortisone rectal     4 User Reviews
Colocort rectal     4 User Reviews
Pediapred oral     3 User Reviews
Millipred oral     3 User Reviews
azathioprine injection     2 User Reviews
prednisolone sodium phosphate oral     2 User Reviews
Flo-Pred oral     2 User Reviews
aminosalicylic acid oral     1 User Reviews
ProctoCream-HC rectal     1 User Reviews
mesalamine with cleansing wipes rectal     1 User Reviews
sfRowasa rectal     1 User Reviews
Millipred DP oral     1 User Reviews
golimumab subcutaneous     1 User Reviews
prednisolone acetate oral     1 User Reviews
Rayos oral     1 User Reviews
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Paser oral     Be the first to review it
olsalazine oral     Be the first to review it
Procto-Pak rectal     Be the first to review it
Cortenema rectal     Be the first to review it
Giazo oral     Be the first to review it
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