Understanding CREON Dosing

CREON dosing is based on your specific needs

Your doctor will prescribe your CREON dose specifically for you based on things like your body weight and diet.1 It’s important that you work with your doctor to make sure the dose you’re taking is appropriate for you.

Talking about your GI symptoms with your doctor will help provide the best CREON® (pancrelipase) dose.

Some important things to keep in mind:

Your first dose is a starting point

Your doctor prescribed your CREON dose according to things such as how much you weigh and what you eat. The idea is to start with the lowest dose that may be appropriate and see how it works.1

After you have taken CREON for a couple of weeks, keep track of what you are experiencing and share it with your doctor; your dose may need to be adjusted.

One size doesn’t fit all

Think of it this way: sometimes you have to try on a few pairs of shoes to figure out which ones fit. The same can be said about your dose; your doctor may adjust it depending on how things are going.

Talk about your symptoms with your doctor

Keep track of any gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms you may be experiencing and discuss them with your doctor. Your dose may need to be adjusted.

It’s always a good idea to eat healthy

Doctors recommend a healthy, balanced diet for people with and without EPI. Talk to your doctor about your current diet and consider any recommendations your doctor may have.

Having all the facts can help your doctor prescribe an appropriate CREON dose

Keep your doctor up to date on any symptoms you may still have or any changes to your diet or weight. Use the Treatment Tracker to keep track of any symptoms you experience and talk with your doctor at your next visit.

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