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Buy Spiriva Respimat Online

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BRAND LISTING - Spiriva Respimat (Tiotropium Bromide)
Dosage Pack Size & Price Qty
2.5mcg (60 metered actuations)
Product description written by Dr. Ami Patel, PharmD (November 23, 2020)

What is Spiriva Respimat?

Spiriva Respimat (generic name tiotropium bromide) is an inhaler ("puffer") medicine used to help you breathe better. When used every day, it can help prevent episodes of coughing, wheezing, chest tightness, and trouble breathing. It's for people 6 years and older who have asthma or COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease). It contains medicine that keeps your lungs open so more air can get into your body and you can breathe better.

What is Spiriva Respimat used for?

Spiriva Respimat is used by people with asthma to prevent future asthma attacks. It is also used by people with COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) to prevent future flare-ups.

It is not a rescue inhaler and it will not provide quick relief of any sudden breathing problems.

What are the side effects of Spiriva Respimat?

  • Cough

  • Dry mouth

  • Sinus infection

  • Sore throat

  • Headache

  • Developing a productive cough

The most common Spiriva Respimat side effects in adults with COPD are cough, dry mouth, sinus infection, and sore throat.

The most common Spiriva Respimat side effects in adults with asthma are sore throat, headache, developing a productive cough, and sinus infection.

Spiriva Respimat may also make it difficult or painful to pee, especially for those with bladder or prostate problems.

If you have glaucoma, Spiriva Respimat may worsen glaucoma or cause eye problems such as blurred vision. Contact your doctor immediately if you have any trouble with vision after using Spiriva Respimat.

Stop using Spiriva Respimat immediately if you notice a sudden or severe shortness of breath, chest tightness, coughing and wheezing immediately after taking a puff of Spiriva.

Some people may experience a severe allergic reaction to Spiriva Respimat. Stop using Spiriva Respimat and call your doctor immediately if you notice any swelling of your face, tongue, or lips, or if you develop a new itchy rash, or have sudden trouble breathing.

Talk to your doctor if you think you are experiencing any side effects from Spiriva Respimat. This is not a full list of all possible Spiriva Respimat side effects.

What you should know before using Spiriva Respimat

Spiriva is not a rescue inhaler. It will not help you if you're having sudden trouble breathing.

Tell your doctor if you have kidney problems before using Spiriva Respimat, as you may need to adjust your dosage. Tell your doctor about all your medical problems before using Spiriva Respimat, especially if you have bladder or prostate problems, glaucoma, or a history of allergic reactions to any medicine (especially atropine).

Let your doctor know if you are taking any other prescription or over-the counter medicines, vitamins, or supplements before starting Spiriva Respimat. Tell your doctor if you are pregnant or breastfeeding before using Spiriva Respimat.

Before you use Spiriva Respimat for the first time, insert the cartridge into the inhaler and lock it in place. Keep squirting it into the ground until a fine mist appears. After you see a mist, squirt the inhaler into the ground three more times. This is called "priming the pump". Now your inhaler is ready to use. If you do not use your inhaler for more than 3 days, squirt a puff into the ground once to make sure a mist appears.

If you do not use your inhaler for more than 21 days, then you must prime the pump again: Keep squirting it into the ground until a fine mist appears. After you see a mist, squirt the inhaler into the ground three more times. Now the inhaler is ready for you to use.

Children using Spiriva Respimat should be supervised by an adult. Spiriva Respimat should only be sprayed into the mouth. Avoid spraying in or near your eyes.

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FAQ's

  • What is the cost of Spiriva Respimat?

    Spiriva Respimat cost will vary based on how frequently you use it and how long you need it for. Buy Spiriva Respimat online at NortheWestPharmacy.com to obtain the best Spiriva Respimat cost.

  • What is the proper dosage of Spiriva Respimat?

    Spiriva Respimat dosage will vary depending on your age and medical history. Ask your doctor which dose of Spiriva Respimat is right for you. Most people will inhale two puffs once daily. Follow your doctor's instructions exactly as directed so you receive the proper Spiriva Respimat dosage.

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