Thank you for coming back with an answer for me
1 month ago my doctor switched me to Ultibro, immediately I had relief in my chest and was able to breathe deeper than I had in a long time. I had been on Spiriva, Advair, and Ventolin for a couple of years, some days it was hard to breath
I am also taking some chinese medicine for lung disease, and my doctor said that the Ultibro will work well with it. Since taking Ultibro I have not used my Ventolin at all
I would just like to know if anyone else has used Ultibro and what they think of… read more
i take seebri each morning but i find that around 6 pm onward i start feeling tightness in my chest and start losing the benefits of the medication so by late night or very early morning i am struggling to breath. my GP is reluctant to offer any alternative medication. i am asking if anyone else has these same issues
no its prescribed one each morning wont change it i have to see consultant
Just started using Seebri inhaler instead of Spiriva. Day 1 great but could be a coincidence. Does anyone use this product & if so, would you be kind enough to share results. Any info will be much appreciated.
i have just 30% left on my lungs and have more and more difficulty to breathe more or less correctly ....seeing my doctor lately and he change my prescriptions telling me that I will breathe better .......my problem is that I do not know these inhalers and prefer staying with the ones I know than going to something I don't know ......my doc just told me that I will breathe better , but that answer do not convince me really....so ,I try to find someone who are using these inhalers before and… read more
I took part in a drugs trial last year - I was using a Spiriva inhaler on a daily basis, but was offered the chance to take part in trial of Glycopyrronium bromide and another drug - I found it helped and when the trial was finished I was offered the chance to go back to my original meds, or stay on this, which I did. I just wonder if any other members took part, or are finding this useful in their treatment of their COPD?
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