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Avatar n tn After hearing the Advair Diskus recall/lawsuit commercials on television, I am beginning to wonder if the Advair did some kind of underlying damage to me, and I just never knew it because I did not think to suspect it. Any thoughts? This discussion is related to <a href='/posts/show/282416'>Side effect of Advair</a>.
Avatar m tn Advair, singulair, benedryl, Fexofenadene and Nasonex, I'm doing ok... Plus Albueterol and Combivent --- PLUS I'm down to the last 3 days of now single Prednisone But if I let it lapse - even an hour on the time of the Benedryl, fexofenadene - then I'm hitting the bathroom for steam - looking for guifensin - chugging the inhalers and coughing non-stop. So - it's just keeping it in check... It will pass soon -- Another 10 days or so...
148588 tn?1465782409 Without admitting any wrongdoing, Bayer settled the lawsuit in 2013 and agreed to pay $74 million to the plaintiffs. Separately, Barr agreed to drop its patent suit against Bayer, leaving Bayer with the sole rights to Cipro until after the patent expiration.
Avatar m tn Low diffusion and saturation suggested COPD, but her lung function was 115% of normal (so very mild) Put on Advair and Spyriva...1 month later, diffusion dropped! But lungs were always clear, functioning at over 100%. Sent for every test you can imagine - from CT angiogram, etc. to CT chest - no shunts, no embolisms, fibrosis,etc. Oxygen level at night 98% (no not apnea). After two ecocardiograms and a 5 bubble echos-no hole in heart.