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Can Trelegy And Pulmicort Be Administred At The Same Time?

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A MyCOPDTeam Member

Thank you, I will be call the pulmonologist on Mon. ❀️

Pulmicort

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Is pulmicort a LABA, or LAMA, or neither, I know it's a corticosteroid?

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A MyCOPDTeam Member

Thanks Jean

Pulmicort

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Does it cause fluid retention?

A MyCOPDTeam Member

Thank you

Trelegy Ellipta

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Dr is changing me from Symbicort and Spiriva Respimat to Once a ay Trelegy Ellipta. Has anyone used this before? How did it work for you?

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Hope all are well. I went in hospital for 5 days. COPD. Home 24 hrs. Went back--bleeding ulcer. Home now. Went in on cane, out on walker. Had acute MI. Heart cath neg. So long in bed at hospital, can… read more

Why Are There No Generic Inhalers?

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Spiriva, Advair, Pulmicort, are all very expensive drugs. It's been over a decade, why are there no generics. I'm prescribed Spiriva and Pulmicort, and my monthly bill is well over $100.

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A MyCOPDTeam Member

I know what you are saying....now in donut hole. Spiriva now $143

Breztri

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I currently use stiolto and pulmicort. I saw a commercial for breztri and I wonder if it would be a better choice? My exacerbations have not been reduced by stiolto.

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A MyCOPDTeam Member

I find nebulizer is better.

Anyone UsingDUAKLIR GENUAIR Most Unreliable Inhaler I Have Ever Used,returned 2 To Chemist,and Thrown 2 Away,totally Useless

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I have been using Duaklir Genuair for 2 years and it works great for me. I also use Pulmicort and Bricanyl. I have had severe copd for 20 years and these inhalers work the best for me. I have… read more

Can Neb Treatments Make COPD Worse ?

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I read where a few members say nebulizer treatments have made their COPD worse.
Have others had a problem with treatments ? I , myself, have not .

I would like to hear from members who have had Neb treatments worsen their COPD.
Breathe easy and rest if needed .

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COPD gets worse, so how anyone can say its the nebulizer I dont understand. that

Is Anyone Out There Taking Anoro? If So, Can You Please Tell Me How That It's Working Or Not For You?

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Only sprivia capsules???and yes some it does not work for Arono but one does have to find the medicine that works for them πŸ‘πŸ˜

I WOULD LIKE SOME INFO ON (STIOLTO RESPIMAT) IS ANYBODY USEING IT AND THERE RESULTS?TK YOU

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yes,i've been on it about a month,it has no steriods which i like and it seems to help with coughing up phlem.I myself like it,it's a mist and it's easy to use,i wish i had tried it earlier.