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Has anyone else had similar experiences?

I was diagnosed with moderate asthma and had been taking Advair which caused severe laryngitis. I discontinued taking it but could not get Breo as it was not covered by my Medicare Rx. I am now struggling with constant coughing which I have been told is due to non-allergic rhinitis, but I’m skeptical. Has anyone else had similar experiences?

  1. Hi , and thanks for you post - you've posed an excellent question. I am hopeful others in the community will respond and share their own personal experiences with asthma and rhinitis.

    In the meanwhile, we do have a wealth of material published, right here on our community website, which focuses on rhinitis and asthma. For your convenience, here is a link to several of those articles: I do hope you find them to be helpful for you.

    All the best,
    Leon (site moderator

    1. I, too got rid of advair, cost is prohibitive without insurance. My doctor gave me samples of various long term inhalers, my choice is filers. W/O insurance is +/- $300/mo. Emergency inhaler is albuterol sulfate 90mcg. About $150/2 months. Hope this helps. It did me.

      1. My choice was Dulera. I hate spell check. Dumber than a stick!

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