I have used Pro Air or Ventolin for quite some time as back up inhalers when I over do.
Have used respiclick for a few years . It is just another brand of albuterol.
Could it be my breathing treatments?
Currently with the nebulizer 4 times a day. Ipratropium/Bromude and Albuterol. Followed by Symbacort 2 puffs BID.
ProAir RespiClick and Proventil. All 2 are rescue inhalers. I'm working with my pulmnary Dr. to see which rescue is best for me.
I too use Trilogy. I still think there has to be other treatments. I have cops and asthma
My doctor is thinking about changing me from Symbicort to Perforomist nebulizer so insurance will cover it. Anyone have and pros or cons about this change? I am unsure because I know nothing about the Perforomist. Please help me understand more about this change, if you will, and thank you. God bless.
Can you give me a name of an inhaler that you use and like, I have to get another one from my doctor. I tried spiriva respimat, but it was top strong and it made me cough, I also tried advair, but that made my throat sore and my voice hoarse, so can someone tell me about the inhaler that they use....Thanks
Ask for one that is not a powder they are much easier
Hi, I have COPD with an FEV1 of about 50 percent. I take daily Breo, Spiriva Respirmat, and occasionally ProAir. When flying cross-country (from CA to NY and back) and especially on an international flight, I sometimes get short of breath, especially when leaving my seat. I find this situation scary. My pulmonologist says I don't need supplemental oxygen because my blood oxygen levels are normal. Anyone else have a similar problem? Any suggestions? Thanks!