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i recently had my Spiriva handihaler ( the one with the capsules of dry powder) updated to Spiriva Respimat-the new inhaler that gives a few seconds of continuous fine spray-i have had an exacerbation lately (about 4 weeks ago) and still am continuously coughing and struggling to bring up the mucus and breath freely-i think my doctor feels this new form will help me more now that my COPD seems to have worsened - i have only been using it for 2 days now-does anyone else have experience using Spir… read more
I've been using it at night and it seems to be working alright for me. Just be sure and rinse your mouth and gargle so you don't get thrush. I use Symbicort 2 puffs in morning and Spiriva at night… read more
I am prescribed Advair and Symbi-cort. The Advair is twice a day and Symbi-cort is once a day. What is the reccommended regimen to taking these drugs? Do I spread them out to 3 times a day - ie Advair morning and night with Symbi-cort at lunch? Can I take Advair and Symbi-cort together in the morning?? Just what are other members doing? Thanks.
What is Alb. Inhaler? I use Symbicort in the morning and Spirits Respimat at night. I've had COPD about 15 years, so they say. I only use the inhalers. No pills of any kind. My energy is low due to… read more
My husband has two puffs Inspioloto respimat in a.m, one he later Alvesco, has gained weight, also has a rescue inhaler, has moderate COPD. been on one year, some days better than others. Seeing… read more
I bothers me that so many people are on meds and have so many questions. It is something that is discussed with my Doc and/or Pulmonologist. Pharmacists know alot. Every prescription I get is always… read more
With the insane cost of inhalers in the US, has anybody here purchased them from another country? I have seen where the Spiriva inhaler only costs $125.00 from Canada, but almost $400 here! I need help as I currently don't have ins & the out of pocket is killing me!
I have been using the nebulizer and it has helped . It makes me cough when I start but then I get ok. After I am finished , I get mouthfuls of mucus . I know that sounds terrible . I know what is… read more
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