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New inhaler are they any good I need help

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Good day one and all I saw a new asthma nurse last week she gave me two new inhalers

Revelar ellipta is one and my old fave Spirivar which I am happy with but does the other work? having had Trimbow which made me cough and salamol its a good thing I think I am changing surgeries fingers crossed the one I am with is utterly useless having been diagnosed with borderline COPD Without you lot I would be non the wiser about anything lung related many thanks

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CDPO16 profile image

It's usually a case of try it and see. What suits one person won't suit another and trying a new inhaler is the only way to know if it helps. It can be up to a month before the full benefit is felt if no adverse effects are felt in the meantime.

GintyFerguson profile image

I loved my spiriva , becloforte and serevent for asthma and bronchiectasis. Had them for years. Consultant changed to Fostair and Incruse. Fewer inhalers and fewer puffs . I really did not want to change but glad I did now. They work better.Good luck. Sometimes new things are available and they work better.

katieoxo60 profile image

Hello Looddog, They gave me Relvar Ellipta but it depends what dose if you have COPD, they gave me the high dose and I had an adverse reaction. I take spirava too plus ventolin and seretide 500, but as said its a case of try it and see, I have allergic reactions to drugs so am not a good guide line for new drugs. The one you have been given is supposed to be better and only needed once a day. Do try but any side effects please report them to the nurse who prescribed the drug OK.

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Thank you

horseygirl_0103 profile image

oh Ive never heard of them i use ventolin & evohaler

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