Just a quick note to say hi! yes,it is salmeterol/fluticasone,it is an inhaler which i researched on web,my doc.thinks it quite good and seems to be ok for me to use,you could check with your own doc and see what he thinks.
Just a quick note to say hi! have mild copd early this year had two hospital visits,nebuliser.steroids which cleared horrendous all night coughing was taking atrovent but decided to put myself on seritide 500,which has completly cleared my cough,any breathing issues,have not taken any medication for 4 months,have just started back on ser.500 1 puff a night dont really need it but with cold weather setting in better safe than sorry,i do plenty of biking and walks,exc. your lungs as much as possible
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