Active ingredients: roflumilast
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Hi. I've been on Daliresp since Feb (2016). For the first month the insomnia was so severe that I was sleeping for less than 45 minute increments. It is now July & while I occasionally sleep for a few hours at a time, I rarely get more than 4-5 hours of sleep per night. Prior to Feb I was getting 7-9 hours per night. I'm wondering if this gets better over time & if anyone has any suggestions that may help me sleep more peacefully. Thanks!!!
I take Daliresp, half pill every night or every other night because of side effects. Right now my acid reflux has become so bad I have a hard time breathing at times. My stomach burns all the timne. I may have to give it up for a while to see if my symptoms go away......which is unfortunate because it keeps the lung congestion down.
Severe copd and emphysema taking daliresp about 2 yrs. Can't tell it is reducing flares but symptoms worsen when I try to quit taking it. On cortisone now and quit taking and having difficulty tapering down. Wish me luck...
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