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Trelegy Ellipta

Trelegy Ellipta

Dr is changing me from Symbicort and Spiriva Respimat to Once a ay Trelegy Ellipta. Has anyone used this before? How did it work for you?

A MyCOPDTeam Member said:

You may find that it works well for you. It has the LABA, LAMA and ICS that you were getting with the Symbicort and Spiriva. It may also be less expensive since it's just one med instead of two. It may not work as well as you would like, so you're going to have to be the judge of how well you think it works. Even though it has a LAMA, LABA and ICS, the actual chemical compounds are different and you may find that what's in Trelegy doesn't work as well for you as what was in Symbicort and Spiriva. You could also find that it's the best thing that's happened to you. You'll just have to see. How it works for someone else has no bearing on how it will work for you.

posted over 1 year ago
A MyCOPDTeam Member said:

my dr. put me on it work great, but insur. would not pay dr. gave me enough for three months work great

posted 10 months ago
A MyCOPDTeam Member said:

BrendaBrown26 I added you to my team hope it's ok with you welcome I wanted to say I see you said you have no insurance you can ask your Dr if they will help you go through the company that makes it you may get it free are a little charge I had to do that in2011 when my husband passed they sent it to my dr office I picked it up from there it would be worth a shot I hope you have a great breathing day keep on keeping on

posted 11 months ago
A MyCOPDTeam Member said:

I was told to take Spiriva in the morning as there is a stimulant in it and can effect sleep.

posted 12 months ago
A MyCOPDTeam Member said:

Hello ALL: hope you find the drug's effects tolerable for your condition. There is often a discount coupon available on the GSK website here:.
https://www.trelegy.com/savings-and-support/ind...

If you have not used a dry-powder type inhaler before, remember to gargle/rinse after each use.

Wishing you better breathing in the days ahead.

edited, originally posted over 1 year ago
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