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I just heard of a puffer for copd called Breztri, it has been out since 2020, I read on Google comparing it to trelegy, it seems to be much better. My doctor put me on trelegy a month ago, I do not find it helps much, has anyone tried Breztri? If so how do you find it? Thanks.
I been using spriva for a while but seems like it's making me short of breath. Does anyone have this problem. I can use my abuterol and it gets better also right before it's time to take the SPRIVA my breathing seems to get better.
I've been using Spiriva Respimat for about 10 years, and I don't have a breathing problem when I use it. Maybe you could check with your doc. It's possible it isn't working for you for some reason… read more
there are many inhalers on the market , just get your doctor to change it , trlegy is to strong for me so i use trelegy one day and anoro the other back and forth .. both have the same two ingredients… read more
I quite smoking in August this year. I felt great and could breathe again, walk and even jog a bit without a lot of issues. Here in NW Ohio the weather has turned cold early and stayed cold this year. I was off from my inhalers, not by choice, shortly before quitting smoking and felt I could feel even better if I were to start using the inhalers again. My Dr was able to give some samples of a new - to - me inhaler, Breztri. I went through the usual mild side effects and the weather turned cold… read more
Hello JGeoff. The newer formulation of Trellegy does have double the amount of Fluticasone Fuorate, an inhalable steroid (ICS). The use of triple therapy meds has only recently been advanced as an… read more
I have emphysema, but my old doc had me on asthma medicine. Well, new year, new formulary, Flovent no longer approved. I am seeing my new pulmonologist next Tuesday. I plan to discuss my meds with him, but I want to go in armed with as much info as I can get. I am looking for names of inhalers that are used for emphysema.
Thank you guys for all your help.
@A MyCOPDTeam Member my new pulmonologist put me on Breztri. Seems to be working for me
Unfortunately I am limited as to which inhaler I can take because alot of them contain lactose, which I can't… read more
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