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Dilly2
Dilly2
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Has anyone tried trellegy ellipta inhaler if so how did you get on with it thank you.

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jimmyg23

Yes I have been on trelergy now for about 1year yes it is fine with me no side effects it is three in one inhaler one puff per so suits per day suits me fine quite pleased with it

Dilly2
Dilly2
in reply to jimmyg23

Thank you so much for your feedback jimmyg23 very helpful

Dave_H

Hi Dilly2, I've been on Trelegy Ellipta for the past 6 months. As long as I'm careful to follow the instructions fully it's brilliant.

Dilly2
Dilly2
in reply to Dave_H

Thank you Dave. That's helpful best wishes

Palm-Tree-11

I changed from annoro to Trelogy about a year ago and am happy with it, what are you changing from Dilly?

Dilly2
Dilly2
in reply to Palm-Tree-11

Spira maxi that also has the three different drugs. Trellegy is supposed to be easier to inhale thank you for your feedback best wishes

RedSox

If I’m mistaken I believe Anoro does not contain steroids and Trellegy May contain steroids I’m not sure but those folks on Anoro may not have inflammation based Emphysema where those on Trellegy may. Again I’m not sure

Dilly2
Dilly2
in reply to RedSox

Sounds about right thanks for you feedback very interesting best wishes RedSox

Gladwyn

Hi, I was switched from Trimbow to Trelegy Ellipta about 6 weeks ago and so far so good, no side effects. I'm also on Ventolin200 accuhaler replacing the Ventolin 100 inhaler with spacer...... The former is more effective if I can inhale hard enough but when breathless then the latter is best . 🙂

Corin1950
Corin1950
in reply to Gladwyn

Hi Gladwyn

Am interested to know why the change from Trimbow and what the difference is

Best wishes

Corin

Gladwyn
Gladwyn
in reply to Corin1950

Hi Corin Trimbow didn't do anything for me though it's brilliant for some apparently. I had such high hopes for it after my sis in law told me how her very breathless virtually housebound neighbour was put on it and within days was able to move about with no sign of the breathing difficulty he had suffered. I was hoping for the same . Alas didn't happen lol. 😀Trelegy makes me feel maybe it's helping as I'm able to suck hard enough to get it deep in....

Dilly2

Hi they changed mine to trellegy ellipta because I felt I hadn't got enough puff to get it deeper into my lungs they said they it would be easier than my symicord

Dave_H

Strange. I was on Symbicort and they checked if I had enough power to inhale Trelegy before they changed my prescription.

Dilly2

Hi Dave they did me to with a device that makes a noise when you suck in to make sure you will get enough trellegy said it would be easier than my symicort to take

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