i recently had my Spiriva handihaler ( the one with the capsules of dry powder) updated to Spiriva Respimat-the new inhaler that gives a few seconds of continuous fine spray-i have had an exacerbation lately (about 4 weeks ago) and still am continuously coughing and struggling to bring up the mucus and breath freely-i think my doctor feels this new form will help me more now that my COPD seems to have worsened - i have only been using it for 2 days now-does anyone else have experience using Spir… read more
I have emphysema and in the colder months it becomes harsh and cold like in the wind pipe area and feels cold in the mid section of the lung
would this medication not make for sharper harshness of the breathing
we shall after Christmas see it in Australia informed by dr lol
hi got new inhaler today called relvar ellipta to replace seritide just wandering if ellipta better inhaler any body use it thanks christine
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
I use Spiriva and was thinking about asking my doc about Breo because it just seems to be more convenient than Spiriva. Does anyone use Breo and no longer Spiriva, and if so, how do you compare the two?
I use both but I’m questioning how long should I wait before taking second inhaler. An hour or what. I’ve been taking one right after the other.
hello everyone, i was wondering how good it works for those of you who are taking it. my doctor changed my meds from spariva to incruse ellipta. not sure if i like it??