ANORO ELLIPTA Reviews

Average Rating: 2.3 (21 Ratings)

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RATING  REASONSIDE EFFECTS FOR ANORO ELLIPTACOMMENTSSEXAGEDURATION/
DOSAGE
DATE ADDED
 
 2  copd stage 1 difficult breathing respitory infection ended up in hospital no help with wheezing even with rescue inhaler. headaches etc F 75 6 months
1X D
11/6/2021
 3  COPD Horrible taste , like inhaling poison ! Have had some pain in my rib area , dont know if its related . I can breathe much better . I was on Advair discus and Spireva respimat for several years and my pulmonologist changed my prescription to Anoro. I like only taking one puff in a day . I havent needed my albuterol but once or twice since I changed over . I really wish it didnt taste so horrible . Almost makes me want to go back to advair and spiriva ! F 60 1 months
62.5/25mcg 1X D
4/5/2021
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 2  Copd I think I cough more Have had headaches Taste like crap Will keep taking til my review with my gp M 48 10 days
62.5/25 1X D
4/5/2021
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 5  COPD No side effects Seem to get more in my mouth than in my lungs F 75 3 years
30Mg 1X D
3/28/2021
 1  COPD - Allergy induced Asthma Sore throat, joint pain, headache, upset stomach, SOB etc. Worked fine at 1st then got progressively worse. Symptoms cleared after I quit taking it. Am breathing better without it. F 65 6 months
62.5/25 1X D
8/26/2020
 5  COPD Eosinophilic Asthma Got rid of coughing, also helped to add 600-1200mg of N-Acetyl L-Cysteine and do light exercise on vibration platform MUST swish out mouth TWICE after taking dose F 65 22 months
1X D
7/14/2020
 1  COPD Severe chest pain, very dry throat. It seemed to have a opening that sprayed the particles over inside my mouth. Very nasty. Small little chunks , yuck ! F 64 15 days
30
3/26/2020
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 1  Copd Horrible taste F 67 0 days
5/17/2019
 1  COPD Head aches, dry eyes, dry throat making it difficult to swallow, neck pain, chest pain, tremors, difficulty breathing, dry throat so bad I need water during the night, so I donít sleep. It was fine at first, then the side effects came, it may work for someone else but not for me. F 70 10 months
62.5mcg/25 1X D
3/28/2019
 2  COPD My breathing got worse. When I first started using this inhaler it was wonderful but after a month my breathing had got progressively worse. F 66 30 days
30mg
1/9/2019
 1  COPD All of a sudden after using it for a while my breathing got worse my emergency inhaler wasn't working sharp had eggs tingling in my arm sore back and neck within 2 days after stopping had eggs have diminished my inhaler emergency is working that's about it not very happy because I did like the product but it's cost me more than it should. I'll be out $100 because I'm not going to take it anymore and I've got one and three quarters left so I'm stuck with it 70 4 days
25 MCG
11/4/2018
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 3  Copd Taste Day 1. I'm young so I'm looking for reviews M 48 1 days
62.5
6/4/2018
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 1   Muscle spasms, eye fog, excessive yawning, chest pain. F 75 2 days
62.5-25mcg
3/10/2018
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 1  COOD Horrible chest pain. Had to stop using. Too bad because aside from the chest pain it was the best inhaler I've used to date. F 66 10 days
30
1/23/2018
 1  COPD Terrible chest pain on day 10. Discontinued use. F 66 10 days
1/15/2018
 5  Copd No Side Effects Works Great F 52 19 days
6/26/2017
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 5  Copd None Miracle got my life back F 73 7 days
30 mg
4/19/2017
 5  Alpha One Antitrypsium deficiency No side effects. Be sure to rinse mouth thoroughly for at least one minute. Many people who think they have adult onset asthma may have Alpha One - get tested. I am allergic to all sulfa drugs - and all sulfite, sulfate, all sulfa agents (like aluminum sulfate, calcium sulfate) in foods, so sulfurs that are contained in other inhalers that have the S2 in their compound are a problem for me. Anoro has been great for me - no side effects, easy to use, works well. F 61 16 months
625 mg 1X D
3/8/2017
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 1  COPD Swollen throat, chest pain, difficulty breathing I used Anoro one time (doctor gave me a sample) and it was a terrible experience. Immediately upon inhaling I felt chest pain, which went away after a minute. However, within five minutes, I felt my throat swelling shut and had trouble breathing. I was so scared I thought I would have to go to the emergency room. I tried to remain calm, and after three hours I could breathe somewhat normally again. Fifteen hours later I still had a sore throat, dry mouth and hoarseness. Anoro tastes horrible. It has an extremely strong, long-lasting chemical taste, sort of what it must be like to swallow motor oil. Absolutely will never use Anoro again. My usual inhaler is Breo Ellipta (made by same company) and Breo has never made me feel sick. F 68 1 days
62.5 MCG 1X D
2/21/2017
 1  COPD Anoro was prescribed to improve my breathing. It didn't improve my breathing. After about 8 days on it I had such severe muscle and joint aches and pain and such severe leg cramps I could barely walk and felt prone to falling. As it was not helping my breathing I quit taking it because of the side effects. M 73 10 days
30 mg 1X D
5/2/2015
  

ANORO ELLIPTA  (UMECLIDINIUM BROMIDE; VILANTEROL TRIFENATATE):  This product is used to control and prevent symptoms (such as wheezing and shortness of breath) caused by ongoing lung disease (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease-COPD, which includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema). Controlling symptoms of breathing problems helps you stay active. This inhaler contains 2 medications: umeclidinium and vilanterol. Both drugs work by relaxing the muscles around the airways in the lungs so they open up to make breathing easier. Umeclidinium belongs to a class of drugs known as anticholinergics, and vilanterol is a LABA medication (see also Warning section). Both drugs are also known as bronchodilators. This medication must be used regularly to be effective. It does not work right away and should not be used to relieve sudden shortness of breath. If sudden breathing problems occur, use your quick-relief inhaler as prescribed. This medication is not approved to treat asthma.   (Sources: U.S. Centers for Medicare Services, FDA)

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