Has anyone tried brensocratib for breathing problems or montelukast. If so how did you get on. Many thanks for any replies in advance.
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Hi I have had montelukast my best advice would be take in morning to reduce crazy dreams/nightmares. I did check this was ok with hospital pharmacist while I was staying in the local luxury spa they said it's fine. But obviously always check with your gp.
I have bronchietasis and asthma and use montelukast .I have used it for a long time along with various other treatments. I have had no side affects and generally it all keeps things ticking over.
Hi John. I have been on montelukast for 7 years and I find it really does make a difference. ( I'm also on tiotoprium, fostair, carbosisteine, fexofenodine, and azithromysin maintainance in winter). If I accidentally run out of it I do actually notice a difference in my breathing.
I'm on montelukast and still on it I've had no problems with it and I take it at night.