Cytisine 8mg Strips And Symbicort Spiriva Drug Interactions

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Margie Says:

I have COPD and Emphysema I would like to quit smoking this time so I ordered TBX-FREE but the box says not to use if you have depression or asthma. When I asked my Pulmonologist, he wouldn't even look at the box. Just asked if it was prescribed by a Doctor. I have taken Chantix twice both time quitting within 2 wks, first time for 1 year and the next time for a few short months, with no ill effects. I have used wellbutrin and nicotine patch that didn't help at all.

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Kathy Says:
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I tried chantix twice, the first time had bad headaches and stomach aches so I stopped and got a refund. The second time was earlier this year (2016). I took it for the first 2 weeks and had slight side effects but no difference in my smoking urges! I'm not a "cold turkey" kind of person and I'm willing to try anything natural, but I'm afraid of the "breathing" problem some people have had? I'm trying to get the same answer because I do have a constant smokers cough so I need to quit now before I end up with what you have! I'm going to research the side effects of this a lot before I try to use it. I suggest you email the European companies that make this Tabex/TBX-Free and ask them about using their product with having COPD and emphysema?

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wtarin1 Says:

I also am a smoker with COPD. Tried Chantix twice but the nausea was so bad I quit! I have ordered the TBX Free also but haven't tried it yet. So any feedback from this TBX Free would be helpful! Thanks to all.

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karyn Says:

Just been diagnosed with moderate copd, using spiriva respimat inhaler, have an aaa, hardening of the arteries. Take Xanax, atorvastatin and omeprazole. Would like to try tbx-free strips, but am very concerned about side effects and drug interactions.

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Laura Says:
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Is tabex a antidepressant I am on wellbutrin do want to inter act the two.

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warin1 Says:

I'm in your boat! I also have COPD and a smoker. I have tried "cold turkey", acupuncture, hypnosis, the patches (didn't stay on), the gum, but I have dentures so it would just stick to them. I have a box of TBX Free. Haven't tried it yet but have to quit. If you find something that works please post! Best Wishes!

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Bernie Says:

why can't you put the strip in first before your dentures? My sister does and she says it is no problem.

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Linda from Texas Says:

I was diagnosed with the first stages of COPD. Don't know if I really have it or if the doctor was trying to scare me. I use proair as needed, but not very often. One prescription will last me over a year. I want to try TBXfree, but from what I am reading here, I do not know. I can't find any definant answer. Can I use it or not? Do not want to waste my money.

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Belle Says:
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I have depression and anxiety. Is this product safe to use with my medication ( adivan ?) I've tried so many times to quit smoking. If this is safe I would love to try it.

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warin1 Says:

I also have COPD and am a smoker! I bought the TBX and it's just sitting here! I HAVE to quit for my daughter (she is 40) and she wants to quit too. Otherwise, I wouldn't be able to be around her. So when we set a date here, it will be soon, I'll post it and I'll let you now if it works or not!

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Wiesie Says:
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I'm on a number of medications will there be any side effect if I use this product.I take 2types of insulin, metformin1000mg 2time a day simintavin, Quinapril and meloxicam for pain. How will these drugs interact?

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Laurie Says:
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I too am on welbutrin and want to know if this is safe? But again smoking is not safe either.

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JP Says:
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Re: warin1 (# 9)

Did you try the TBX? How did it go? Any problems? Thanks!

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CapeCodGirl15 Says:
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I read on Amazon reviews for TBX-Free that at least one person with COPD has been successfully taking it and it was ok-ed by his Pulmonologist. Hope this helps.

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Lollopy Says:
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Re: Belle (# 8)

No ...don't take if you are having medication for depression .tabex worked for me but my husband had severe suicidal thoughts after 4 days on it as he was on anti depressants

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