... day,Proventil HFA, & Symbicort. I wonder if this is a little to much ?
8 Oct 2012
My Pulmonary Dr. has me on SVN machine with albuterol/ipratropium duo and a mucolytic acetylcysteine 3xdaily. Also on Daliresp 500mg 1xd, prednisone 10mg 1xd, and xopenex inhaler as needed. I've been on both prednisone and theophylline and Advair diskus , all at same time. I questioned the overkill of so many steroids at same time, but both pharmacist and dr have said its okay, just watch for side effects. I'm hoping my new treatment with Daliresp will make things better so I can stop some of the others. Just be aware of any unusual side effects and you should be fine.
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