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Rifaximin is a medicine used to treat travelers' diarrhea caused by a bacteria called E. Coli.

This medicine is available only with your doctor's prescription.

Common Brand Names:

Xifaxan

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Treatment Success Rate

Top 5 Communities
Condition Members Success
Crohn's Disease & Ulcer...
43
67%
Cirrhosis
12
100%
Irritable Bowel Syndrom...
6
100%
Liver Cancer
1
100%
Hepatitis C
2
100%
Overall, 78% (67 Members) find Xifaxan helpful
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Xifaxan Reviews

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Working / Worked
Keeps HE at bay
Working / Worked
Keeps HE at bay.
Worked Great.
works GREAT!
worked but did not fix.....symptoms back in 8 days now on day 6 of Dificid....definitely not working
Working / Worked
Very pricey drug and even with insurance runs 600 a month. So far we have gotten samples for Xifaxan from two doctors otherwise my husband would only be on lactulose for HE. Just cant afford the cost along with all of the other medical costs we have.
It really helped a lot.
Working / Worked
Worked beautifully alone for 2 months or so... but now not as well alone so were having to supplement the lactulose each day.
just started it on friday night and started feeling better on saturday (in conjunction with the other meds)
Working / Worked
was on lactulose, but got where I was throwing it up as soon as I swallowed it, they put me on Xifaxan and am doing great with it.
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Discussions

  1. Discussion: Xifaxan
    Xifaxan IS the same thing as Rifaxamin, and that's what I'm waiting for Medicare to approve. I got the prescription Wednesday, after my doctor told m... [More]
  2. Discussion: Xifaxan
    FoisGras, I loved Xifaxan for the few months I was on it, much more tolerable than Lactulose, which I refuse to take. Probably the only time I disagre... [More]
  3. Discussion: Xifaxan
    I am on Xifaxan. My specialist gave it to me as an augmentation to lactulose not a total replacement. I am not certain how it works but it seems to wo... [More]
  4. Discussion: Xifaxan
    Is Xifaxan the same thing as Rifaxamin? I don't have Cirrhosis, but have phase 2-3 fibrosis in my transplanted liver. I've been having bad diarrhea ... [More]
  5. Discussion: Xifaxan
    Carol, do a google search on Nadalol - I just did and much like Xifaxan there are links to coupons and way to get discounts. These days i Google EVER... [More]