Daliresp (Thread 231009)

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Diane vavrek Says:

When should I take this med? Am or pm

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Verwon Says:

What has your doctor or pharmacist advised?

In many cases, these types of medications are used in the morning, or during the day, when you are going to be out and about and therefore face the greatest possibility of being exposed to substances that can aggravate your condition.

However, you should check with you doctor to be certain of the best dosing time for you.


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Sheena Says:

Gas, horrible gas. It does help a lot with my breathing, but I can't take the pain of the gas. It feels like labor pains. I was hoping that side effect would go away, but I gave it 2 weeks and just couldn't stand it any longer. I stopped it for 3 days, and I felt much better. Just to test it, I took a pill yesterday evening. This morning, I'm in pain again. It would be ok if I could get rid of the gas, but even GasX doesn't help. I can't get it out of me. I'd be willing to expell it anywhere and everywhere, but it's stuck inside and my intestines are very sore. That's the only symptom I've had.

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