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@mrbill

Yes Merry, I am also taking Trelegy. I just have to be careful that I don't puff out when taking a breath in. I have blown the med out the wrong way a couple of times. 90 seems to be the magical number; even if not the best. I have taken several deep breaths after a low reading and lo and behold it rises a few points.

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@mrbill– lol, I know what you mean, especially taking it first thing in the morning! I take it on a full stomach. I found that it made me shake. Food helps cut that down, as advised by my pulmonologist.

You have it right on how to raise your O2 level. Relax, sit back, and take several inhales. I've raised mine up quite a bit after exercising by do thing this.

Have you experienced shaking from this or an increase in shaking that you already had?