Lungs (Pulmonary)

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Lungs (Pulmonary) Overview

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a type of obstructive lung disease characterized by long-term breathing problems and poor airflow.[1][8] The main symptoms include shortness of breath and cough with sputum production.[1] COPD is a progressive disease, meaning it typically worsens over time.[9] Eventually everyday activities, such as walking or getting dressed, become difficult.[3] Chronic bronchitis...

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Trelegy Ellipta drug interactions

Does anybody know what meds should not be taken with Trelegy Ellipta? I take Toprol-XL, Norvasc, Protonix, Xarelto, Proair inhaler, Ipratr Albuterol in Nebulizer, Flonase spray, Levothyroxine, and Vitamin D-2. ## Hello Beverly, I hope you are having a pleasant day. Using the UCLA health organization's drug interaction checker I did not find any reactions between the Trelegy ellipta and any of the other medications you listed. I have provided a link below to the drug interaction checker tool in case you would like to look up any of the other drugs/vitamins you listed. I have found this tool to be extremely useful as it shows you interactions with foods as well as other drugs which sometimes people may overlook. [1] UCLA Health Drug Interaction Checker I hope this was helpful. Please ...

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Steroids for Emphysema

I'd like to ask a question. I've had emphysema for about 15yrs and it's been particularly bad the last 5yrs. I can *feel* it get worse every year. It also takes longer and longer to go away to a level to where I can walk around my home, get dressed, or stand-up to cook! Most of the time getting to the bathroom is exhausting. Recently, my GP gave a course of steroid pills and said I could take them for 3-5days but no longer; "cos they're really bad for you". I asked in what way & she said my bones. This makes no sense to me cos I've had osteo-arthritis since I was 20yrs old; and both knees are bone-on-bone - no cartilidge left. So, since that already exists, what else is wrong with them? I got to tell you, after 2 days I felt as if my illness reversed by 4...

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swollen hands and feet

Hi, I have COPD and my bloodpressure is normal, but I get swollen hands and feet. I went too the dr. And they perscribe hypace 5ml and raidac 12,5 ml. Raidac to be taken once a day and hypace half in morning and half in evening. My question is if I don't have hypertension, why did they perscribe me with these tablets and won't it make my BP drop. The swelling is caused through the COPD and they say I am not getting enough oxzygen too my heart. Please help me too understand why I have too use these meds. Too scared too take them. ## Hello, Edward! How are you? Many medications have multiple uses, so these ones are often prescribed to help with heart function, so your heart works more efficiently. The U.S. FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness,...

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Swelling on feet from Amloc

I am a 63 year old woman. COPD [51% lung capacity] I have recently increased my intake of Amloc from 5mg's to 10mg's. Since then I my feet and ankles have started to swell to such an extent that it feels as though my skin is going to burst. Should I be taking duiretics? ## I have been taking Amloc 20mg for 8 months, now my feet and ankles are swollen. Can I use ADCO RETIC together with Amloc 20mg to help with the water retention in my feet?

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deriphyllin m is used for what

kindly intimate any side effect of using deriphylin M for a long time for a COPD patient. thanks ## What are the side effects of Deriphyllin Retard? ## I am suffering continuosly from sneezing, a running nose, cough, and throat irritation. Can l take deriphylin? ## take tab levoctz+monteleukast bid and the azithro od

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pill tl 01

light green with symbol beside it with circle and shape inside. it is a capsule ## Found a match it's Tiotropium 18 mcg, which is a long-acting, 24 hour, anticholinergic bronchodilator used in the management of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). To learn more click on the link below... Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do. ## what is a baby blue in color capsule eliptical pill shape with code tl01 and a small emblem of 4 tower on it.

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Possible gastroenteritis with Trelegy

I have been on Breo for quite some time but was given a trial of Trelegy. Used for 6 days but had thick mucus in throat during night and heavy deep cough, back on Breo for 4 days then completed Trelegy for 8 days. The following day had bowel pain and mucus (diarrhea) for 3-4 days then constant fecal diarrhea. Put on Cipro & Metronidazole then off Cipro and on Amoxicillin-clav. Extreme pain & diarrhea during night, went to ER. Given IV meds and sent home with Diphenoxylate/atropine. At that point diagnosed with diverticulitis but no explanation how it was caused (I have had it but ALWAYS could determine what set it off). Finished all meds with no relief so put on Cholestyramine. Been on it for 8 days now and finally getting relief from constant diarrhea. This entire experience ha...

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i have copd an hep c will this hurt me

please answer me bout haveing copd and hep-c an will it hurt me i am worried and would like to know if taking this medication will do me and my insides any damage ## Just read your message ,i am in same situation i cant find out much info,i also get body jerks when relaxing sometimes im 65 geno 3 copd seems more of a pain then hep. Hope your ok.any info or anything cont me.

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Spiriva weight gain side effects

I've talked about this problem before concerning the side effects from Spiriva. The only side effect I've experienced was a sudden, and seemingly permanent weight gain. In spite of efforts to lose the weight I've had no success whatsoever. I've gained weight from other medications in the past only to lose it when the medication was discontinued. Not so with Spiriva. It has been almost three years since I've used the inhaler but yet the added weight persists. I should mention that all of the added weight has been on the midsection and nowhere else! To make matters worse has been a disended abdomen to go along with it. I contacted the drug company right after it happened and, naturally, they acted as if it was new to them! I'm not the only one this has happened to....

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ciplavasc 5

I am a 67 year old female and I have been prescribed Ciplavasc5. I have been diagnosed with COPD and am on Oxygen. Since taking Ciplavasc I have been suffering with swollen feet. Can this medication be the cause of this. I also take various pumps to open my lungs. I also take a water pill and 2 Ciplavasc 5 and 1 cardiovascular Disprin. The swelling occurs if I have been on my feet for a while. It is also very painful. Please advise. Thank you ## I've been given this medicine Bt I don't really know what they help on ## My mother is using Ciplavasc 5 & Ridaq - 12.5mg both every morning, my consern is her feet is swelling and she is getting thinner and thinner every day, she is 68 years old, do she need to use both that pills for high blood pressure. and she has ASMA as well. #...

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