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Anyone Using Seebri Inhaler?
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Just started using Seebri inhaler instead of Spiriva. Day 1 great but could be a coincidence. Does anyone use this product & if so, would you be kind enough to share results. Any info will be much appreciated.

posted May 26, 2017
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A MyCOPDTeam Member

@A MyCOPDTeam Member Hi Barbara-it's Barbara from Mississauga. We've communicated before. I am replacing Spiriva with this new drug Seebri. Relatively new. So far after 3 days the results are wonderful. Using the samples my GP gave me to try.. If this keeps up I'll definitely switch. Breathing much improved & SOB lessening in quantity & severity.

posted May 28, 2017
A MyCOPDTeam Member

Pulmonologist took me off Tudorza and put me on Breo 200/25 and Incruse. MIRACLE DRUGS for me!!! :)

posted May 30, 2017
A MyCOPDTeam Member

It's another anticholinergic, also called a LAMA. The major difference is that it's only a 12 hour med instead of 24, so it's twice a day. If it works, great!

posted May 27, 2017
A MyCOPDTeam Member

Hi all, Went to pharmacy today & inquired about Seebri by Norvartis. It is covered under the Ontario Drug plan. Also there is no generic drug for it so we get the authentic drug. Today is day 5 & doing very well. Maybe worth looking into. Your Dr. should have samples that he can give you to try. Nothing to lose but I'm hoping it can give you the kind of relief I am experiencing.

posted May 30, 2017
A MyCOPDTeam Member

Hi@EdwardMcCaffrey. Am in Ontario, Canada. Using the samples my General Dr. gave me. Day 4 & a marked improvement. Breathing good & the few SOB episodes after shopping, dog walking are very mild so recovery is quick. SOB is lessening is both quantity & severity. Am just delighted & praying this will continue. Life is so much better!

posted May 29, 2017

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