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Is There A Significant Difference Between Advair And Spiriva?
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I see some people use Advair, some Spiriva. Is there a reason to use one over the other?

A MyCOPDTeam Member

I didn't know that. My ft
Never said I was suppose to

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

Medication Change To Increase Ellipta
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My insurance will no longer cover my Spiriva med. They are requiring that I change to Incruse Ellipta. Does anyone take Incruse Ellipta and are you satisfied with the results? Does it work better or worse than Spiriva?Thank you

A MyCOPDTeam Member

I use Incruse. No complaints. Been on it for a couple of years

Generic COPD Medication
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Need to take a Generic because I can't afford ANORO. I did get a free one from their website.. I asked my doctor for a generic and he didn't know one. HELP!

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Before I got Medicare, I recieved all of my medications through the pharmaceutical companies. it will take a little work filling out the applications and then taking them to the doc fpr her signature… read more

Hi, I Am Curious If There Are Ways That COPD Patients Can Monitor Their Breathing Efficiency While At Home.
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Does pulse oximeters help? if not, what else do one do to help someone with such papers. If there is an article that was published earlier, please refer me to it.
Best regards

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I use a Peak Flow meter to measure my breathing efficiency especially when I am struggling. I was told if It hit 100 to go to hospital. If it is on that I take a couple more puffs of Ventolin and… read more

Breathing Problems After Invasive Surgery
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I recently had reverse shoulder replacement surgery and prior to the surgery I was not having to use oxygen during the day, only at night. Since the surgery my oxygen levels drop into the 70's with very little exertion. I am six weeks into recovery and things are a little better. Has anyone else had surgery and found they also were having problems with oxygen levels and did this improve over time?

A MyCOPDTeam Member

Let seem to really return back to where is was, but i think your health has a lot to do with it too. They call me frail which in some ways better than over weight I am told.

Has Anyone Tried Anora? Just Seen A Commercial On It.
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Info please

A MyCOPDTeam Member

Ive tried anora but i prefer breo

What Is There To Worry About With This New Virus Spreading Around
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good advice

Questions On Symicort
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I've just been put on [[treatment:Symbicort:54b5b0f408c929ed[[phone:16000434]] (2:]] puffs in the morning & 2 at night). What side effects have you Symbicort users experienced? Is Advair as good with less side effects. Thanks so much!

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I like symbicort,the high cost will send me to Advair, Let you know.