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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.
The Trelegy and Breztri medicines do contain three different ingredients. However the Breztri was not designed for use with an Asthma diagnosis at all
BUT Trelegy evolved by taking the older Breo… read more
Thanks SharonSerk, I haven't used Breztri long enough to know if it is better than Advair. I've used it for 7 days so far
I couldn't use Spiriva at all, bad reactions. Glad you have something that… read more
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.
Everyone reacts to inhalers/medication differently. My suggestion would be for you to talk to your doctor or nurse. I have taken Spiriva off and on for about 4 years and I don't have a problem with… 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've used Spiriva with symbacort together now I'm using Breztri and albuterol rescue inhaler ,I had allergic reaction to trelegy!!!!But you need to talk to your doctor asap n get something that… read more
Pattib4 thinking difficulty is a sign of low oxygen. It could be an exacerbation, or low oxygen at night. I hadn't seen the pulmonologist since before the pandemic and last week I finally saw her. I… read more
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