My doctor told me I probably have colitis, he gave me a list of medicines to take every day for 15 days. They are protas 20mg, asacol, and metrolag.
Well, in country there are a bunch of incompetent people and the pharmacists gave me protelos 2mg instead protas 20mg. I was careless and I didnt really check. I took protelos for 4days, and finally noticed the mistake on the fifth day. I stopped taking the protelos. I wanted to know if taking protelos for four days might have caused something bad to me.
If you can't tell if it did something bad, it probably didn't. I hope those meds work for you. All meds have side effects, so you'll need to decide if the benefits outweigh the side effects that you experience. Please read my colitis blog. http://www.nurseguy.com/colitis-blog.html
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