Compare Dulera vs. Breo Ellipta

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Prevents breathing problems.

Dulera (Mometasone / Formoterol) is a convenient medication that'll control your asthma long-term, but it won’t stop a sudden asthma attack.

4.3/ 5 average rating with 38 reviewsforDulera
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Upsides
  • It's a combination medicine that lowers inflammation and opens airways in your lungs.
  • Significantly improves lung function and lowers the number of flare-ups by 70%. Also reduces rescue inhaler use in asthma.
  • By inhaling this medication, it gets into your lungs quickly and doesn't affect the rest of your body as much, so if should have a lower risk of side effects.
  • Some people who take Dulera (Mometasone / Formoterol) are able to use their fast-acting rescue inhalers less often.
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Downsides
  • You need to use Dulera (Mometasone / Formoterol) twice a day to control your symptoms.
  • It doesn’t stop a sudden asthma attack. You always need to have a rescue inhaler close by to treat sudden symptoms or breathing problems.
  • Steroids can suppress your immune system, so you can catch bacterial and viral infections easier while on this.
  • You may need to take a different medicine if your asthma doesn’t improve and you need your rescue inhaler more often, or if tests show that your lung function is reduced.
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Used for
  • Acute exacerbation of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
  • Reduction Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
Dosage forms
  • Inhaler
  • Powder
Price
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Reviews
38 reviews so far
84%
saidit'sworth it
79%
saiditworked well
8%
saidit'sa big hassle

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Side effects
4possible side effects
  • Nasopharyngitis
    5%
  • Headache
    5%
  • Dysphonia
    5%
  • Sinusitis
    3%
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The Breo Ellipta (Fluticasone / Vilanterol) FDA package insert doesn’t have numbers about how common side effects are.
Risks and risk factors
  • Asthma-related death
    • Adverse effect of all long-acting beta agonist drugs (LABAs)
  • Adrenal suppression (HPA axis suppression)
    • Lowering dose or stopping Dulera (Mometasone / Formoterol) too quickly, especially after long-term treatment
    • Stress such as trauma, surgery, or infection
  • Bone loss
    • Long-term inactivity
    • History or family history of osteoporosis (postmenopausal bone loss)
    • Long-term use of drugs that cause bone loss
  • Heart disease
    • History of heart rhythm problems
    • High blood pressure
    • Heart failure
  • Increased risk of infection
    • Long-term treatment with Dulera (Mometasone / Formoterol)
    • Not vaccinated against chickenpox or measles
    • Age greater than 65 years
  • Reduced growth rate in children
    • Dose of Dulera (Mometasone / Formoterol)
    • Duration of treatment
  • Eye problems
    • History of high internal eye pressure
    • History of cataracts
    • History of glaucoma
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