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Using ORDINE Atm..(Morphine Hydrochloride) To Reduce Breathlessness. Does Anyone Else?
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Using ORDINE atm..(Morphine Hydrochloride) to reduce breathlessness. Does anyone else use it, how, when and dose? Do you feel some relief when using it? I just wonder how beneficial it really is and how it’s long term use effects the lungs.

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My doctor prescribes hydrocortisone, Effectively, the tablets are similar to prednisone without the side effects. I wake up and take them, give them a chance to begin to work, and take additional… read more

Atrovent
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Can you use salbutamol in the nebuliser at the same time as ipratropium?

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I have both COPD and asthma
First thing in morning I use 1 subutmol to open my airways 10 min later I use 2 budnise nebunes then 5 min later I use single Ipromide I then mix the ipromid and subutmol… read more

What Kind Of Results Do You Have With Inspiolto Respimat
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Does anyone use inspiolto respimat. I use it once in the morning(2puffs), also use atrovent and flovent. What kind of results do you have with the inspiolto. It used to work really good but not now

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The only thing in a respimat form that comes close is Stiolto respimat. That's both LAMA and LABA combined in a respimat inhaler from Boehringer Ingelheim. Some people have had good luck with it… read more

I Am On Symbicort,albutreol, Atrovent Atrovent Or Symbicort 1st Or Second ..Use Be Albuterol When Difficult Breathing
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My pulmonologist has me on Spiriva and then Symbicort which has some steroid in it. I only take them every 12 hours. Then I have pro-air (Albuterol) as a rescue. On good days that routine works great… read more

Can You Use Atrovent And Symbicort Together?
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Can Anyone Explain The Difference Between A Bad Breathing Day And An Exacerbation ? What Exactly Constitutes Having Exacerbation?
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I am part of a pilot program co-oped by Cloud dx and the Yukon government health dept. it consists of taking vitals each morning recording to the portal. On the other end is a chronic care nurse in… read more

Need An Inhaler
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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

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I use trelegy. It seems to work but 1st fill to meet deductible is over $500!! Then it is 44$ a month. Yikes!

Does Anyone Have Poor Vision With Advair?
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Yup me again. I forgot to mention that my eyesight is blurry since using Advair and also one eye has now got a annoying black floater (?) that makes me think there's a bug running around.

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Symbicort and Breo gave me cobblestone chorioretinopathy. (I think I spelled it right) Eye specialist took me off. Scared to death of inhalors.

Atrovent
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Can this inhaler relieve a chronic cough I cough all day long it affects my sleep and hurts my ribs and stomach muscles

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I would ask my dr. or call the nurse she should be able to help you.

Medicare Will Not Cover My Nebulizer Rx Albuterol And Atrovent/iptroprium. What Else Is Covered?
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I like using the nebulizer for my albuterol and Atrovent/iptropium Rx but my doctor says that Medicare will not cover the cost in Arkansas. What else is an option?

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Do the Canadian inhalers work. I have thought about getting my Spriva there but so far had been advised against it so haven't done it. Do you notice any difference?