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Symptoms, types, complications—everything you need to know about this condition.
Diverticular disease is characterized by small pouches called diverticula, which are about the size of a marble. They’re usually found in the small or large intestine, but can also occur in the digestive tract. Diverticulosis happens when these little pouches become infected.
Diverticulosis affects 50% of North Americans over the age of 50.
Most of the time, diverticulosis does not cause symptoms.
Diverticular disease, however, can present several symptoms:
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Whenever possible, your pharmacist will suggest replacing your brand name drug with a generic drug, which is just as reliable and effective, only more affordable.
Ask your pharmacist for an up-to-date list of your medication and allergies. They’ll also give you a handy folder to keep it in so you can show the list to your doctor or emergency services if needed.
With the “It’s ready!” notification service, you’ll be instantly notified by email or text message when your prescriptions are available for pick-up.
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