Anoro Ellipta Reactions

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Merilyn Says:

Has anyone had an itchy facial rash that got puffy and turned really red, and felt pretty hot? Anoro Ellipta is the only new prescription that I recently started on... That's why I'm thinking it could be the Anoro Ellipta...

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Verwon Says:

The FDA does list it as being known as causing itching and a rash as side effects. However, it would be best to have this checked out, in case you are allergic to it. Other side effects are listed as possibly including belching, dry mouth, constipation, headache, and vertigo.

Has there been any change? What other medications are you taking?

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bev Says:

Has anyone gained weight after taking Anoro Ellipta? I have not yet started it yet, but am concerned that it will make me gain weight and I am already weighing 202 lbs. at 5'4.

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Chris Says:

I have been taking Anoro for 3 month. and yes everytime I even touch my face it gets red and puffy. Some days the Anoro works great, and some days it seams to make my COPD worse.

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