Karl, I do know all too well what it's like to want a drug and not be able to get it, as I said earlier. I just wanted to make sure you were aware of possible legal consequnces of what you are asking, and understand why some people would be very reluctant to send you medicine.You haven't said why you want us to send you this drug... is it because of financial reasons, and that is all? I don't make much money myself, and I understand how hard it is to afford medications, especially if you don't have insurance. I used to think there was no way I could afford Lotronex if I was uninsured, but now I would pay a lot of money to have a small amount for some special occassions only! I really hope it's back on the market by my wedding day in May!!! On Lotronex, my digestive system was practically normal. Without it, I have lots and lots of D. It's making it very hard to work sometimes, and this is when the way our insurance works stinks...I have to work full time to have medical insurance, but if I worked fewer hours, my health might be a little better...I'm not familiar with Asacol, but I'm assuming it is still available by prescription, and after what has happened with Lotronex and Zelnorm, be grateful if the drug that helps you is available!