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I had my first appointment with my CT, after the result of the espriometry. I liked the consultation, the doctor is young and well informed about the CPOD. He was pleasantly suppressed by the questions he asked and was never intimidated or defensive. I liked the attitude. He made all the recommendations, such as the vaccines and care taken. He
also gave me some references to pulmonologists, although he liked to
accompany me in this situation, at least in these early stages of the
disease. I told him in the action plan, but according to him, it's still too early for that. The important thing now was for me to meet with the CPOD and what are my difficulties, and then work out a plan. He dialed me the next appointment in three months to evaluate the situation and the medication he gave me.
I was taking Glycopyrronium bromide (Seebri) once a day and did not get an emergency inhaler. I also do not think I need it anymore.
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