Using Daliresp 5 Mos. Noticeable Difference In Ability To Breathe Without The Elaphant On The Chest Being Quite So Heavy.

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Maxs Granma Says:


Have happily lost 20 lbs but is there a woman on earth who wdn't be thrilled w that? The downside is an already aching back becoming horrendously painful crying out for
painkillers ! Also, more frequent need for real bathroom breaks. A difficult choice to make.....has anyone tried going on and off the drug in some organized manner.I went off it for 1 wk but the elephant became intolerable so I put myself back on .Now shall see what ensues re side effects previously experienced.s



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David Says:

Hello,

Congrats on losing the 20lbs! Although I just read that roflumilast can cause weight loss as a side effect, I can only imagine how great that might make someone feel if they felt the need or desire to lose weight. :)

But while I don't have any personal experience on this medication, I did want to post a link to a list of side effects associated with Daliresp (roflumilast), so you can at least know what else to expect if or when you choose to go back on it.

You can view them by visiting the link below:
nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/druginfo/meds/a611034.html#side-effects

I hope this helps!

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Maxs Granma Says:

David,I thank you for your reply to my prob re Dahlirest
I had read that info ,too and recognized that the side effects were not strange .Now The Question I need solve
is which of the Devils do I chooseLess excacerbations of
COPD w horrid back hurt or lesser back pain w worse
breathing.Only I can decide! Do you have a breathing prob,too? Thx again for response Be well Shalom1Renee

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