Ultresa is a prescription medication used to improve digestion in people who do not have enough pancreatic enzymes due to cystic fibrosis, pancreatitis, or other conditions.
Ultresa belongs to a group of drugs called pancreatic enzymes. These replace digestive enzymes that are normally produced by the pancreas.
This medication comes in delayed-release capsule form and is taken with meals.
Do not chew, divide, or break Ultresa capsules. Swallow Ultresa whole.
Common side effects of Ultresa include headache, throat pain, and nosebleeds.