Slo-Phyllin medication for asthma & Bronchietis

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Hi ,I have been prescribed Slo-Phyllion for Asthma/Bronchietis ,I have never heard of this medication ,,,,,,so has anyone heard of it or prescribed it ,and if so how did you get on with it ? ,

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    Hi Nanny1086:

    If you type Slo-phyllin in google or whatever search engine you use you will be

    able to find out about this medication.  Good luck Nanny!

    Emis Moderator comment: I have replaced the link with a link below to our article on this.

    https://patient.info/medicine/theophylline

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      Hi , just to let you know ,,,,I've spoken to copd nurses and they said to stop taking it but to inform GP ,I have and now I'm waiting for a call back ,

      I should have gone to gym ( pulmary rehab ) today ,,,,but there was no way I could go ,I was sooooo weak and trembling ,and nauseous ,,,I haven't eaten properly since starting slo Phyllin ,,,,and my oxygen level has dropped to 87. 

      Looking back ,,,last year I was prescribed Montelukast ,,,,and I had to stop taking that due to similar effects ,,,,( but it took me a couple of months to realise it was down to Montelukast )... But I ended up having a really bad year last year ,and I don't want to go back to that ,,,,

      unbelievable that last Thursday at gym I did 3 Klm on treadmill ,,,,and today I could hardly get out of bed ,,,

      I will keep you informed of outcome of GP call back ,

      I have now read the link you sent me ,,,,,and I think it's wise that I don't take it ,

      thanks again 

       

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      Hi Nanny1086:

      Sorry to hear youv'e been so poorly.  Hang in there girl.  Thinking about

      you.  xx

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