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Arcapta Neohaler

Arcapta Neohaler

Is it possible to mention get this treatment in the UK and is it ok to mention it to my own treatment team as a possible treatment for someone with what I believe to be stage 4 having had respiratory failure leading to heart failure on more than 3 occasions

A MyCOPDTeam Member

I would think that it would be available in the UK; perhaps it's called something else there. It's a standard Long Acting Beta Agonist and should work for you. Typical treatment for someone like you… read more

Arcapta

Arcapta

A MyCOPDTeam Member

thanks for the help everyone see the doctor in 2 weeks.

Has Anyone Tried Or On Ultibro Breezhaler?

Has Anyone Tried Or On Ultibro Breezhaler?

1 month ago my doctor switched me to Ultibro, immediately I had relief in my chest and was able to breathe deeper than I had in a long time. I had been on Spiriva, Advair, and Ventolin for a couple of years, some days it was hard to breath
I am also taking some chinese medicine for lung disease, and my doctor said that the Ultibro will work well with it. Since taking Ultibro I have not used my Ventolin at all
I would just like to know if anyone else has used Ultibro and what they think of… read more

A MyCOPDTeam Member

Yes me too ,I have moderate copd since last 6 years as came to know and takig spriva ,zenhale and ventolin,but since last month my new doctor put me on ultibro breezhaler and ventolin and I am feeling… read more

Has Anyone Had Good Luck With The New Utibron Neohaler ?? I Had Tried A Sample And It Kinda Plugged Me Up

Has Anyone Had Good Luck With The New Utibron Neohaler ?? I Had Tried A Sample And It Kinda Plugged Me Up

A MyCOPDTeam Member

I am on fostair and breeze ease and ventolin just finished 6 days of predaslone the predaslone makes it easier to breathe but a few days after you stop you go back to being short of breathe just… read more

Foradil Is No Longer On The Market, Or So I Was Told, It Sure Helped Me

Foradil Is No Longer On The Market, Or So I Was Told, It Sure Helped Me

A MyCOPDTeam Member

Glad it worked for you. I was on it a short time, until I realized it was the reason that I could hardly swallow for a period of time after using it. Maybe that is one of the reasons it is no longer… read more

Alternative To Symbicort

Alternative To Symbicort

I want to get off of Symbicort because of the bruises and thin skin that it causes. Is there a non-steroidal medicine that works well?

A MyCOPDTeam Member

Please check your computer for a virus. Your emails arrive in numbers.

Seebri Neohaler

Seebri Neohaler

I had a really bad reaction to this medication put me on hospital for 8 hours ,irregular heartbeat plus a terrible thirst .That was after my 1st dose.

A MyCOPDTeam Member

SEENRI inhaler

Does Anyone Have Any Feedback About Flying And If It Affects Your Breathing Now.

Does Anyone Have Any Feedback About Flying And If It Affects Your Breathing Now.

I need to know if anyone has had any problems flying? I have to Fly to a business meeting and back next month and was wondering. I know I will have issues changing planes at the airport in Houston but I think the airlines should have some type of way for me to get to my next flight. I am a little worried since I haven't traveled by air since my COPD started affecting my breathing so bad.

A MyCOPDTeam Member

I'm almost 62 and was diagnosed with COPD in 2006 I was extremely short of breath and constantly tired due to my Emphysema, I was introduced to Health Herbs Clinic and their COPD Herbal Protocol. I… read more

Best Way To Take Breo Ellipta And In Ruse

Best Way To Take Breo Ellipta And In Ruse

Was wondering if there is a way that works well taking breo ellipta and incruse together?

A MyCOPDTeam Member

Just started on the breo a little over a week ago and the incruse 9 days ago.my Dr. Says it takes about one month before they start working effectively,told me not to so impatient because I don't… read more