... inhaling enough? Also get it on my lips st times. What am I doing wrong?
Betty, all I can do is tell you of my experience with the powder form devices.I have used Breo Ellipta,advair diskus,and spiriva,all powder devices.I am now on Symbycort mdi( metered device inhaler).For me they all have their benifits,although I had a reaction from the spiriva.My gums swelled some,so I stopped it and the doctor prescribed another MDI,non powder.With all of them you are supposed to rinse your mouth after using.I don't think I rinsed my mouth with the spiriva,it was my first maintenance inhaler, my ignorance.Anyway,as to your question,be sure to use the mouth piece right,as directed,and inhale as deeply as possible.Yes,there will be a certain amount of the powder in the mouth,but shouldn't be on the lips if you are using it correctly.Be sure and read the directions for using the device.I had to switch to the MDI non powder.I could not inhale deeply enough for the powder.I did like the breo very much,but for the problem of inhaling enough.
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