It's important that you and your doctor partner together to help manage your asthma.
When you have asthma, it's important to talk to your doctor and take an active role in your treatment. But sometimes, when it comes to asthma, you and your doctor may not speak the same language.
You may say your asthma is "fine" because it seems normal to you, but your doctor may need more information from you—especially if you have had an asthma flare-up or you needed emergency treatment recently.
It's important that you share the details about the ups and downs of your asthma over the last 6 months with your doctor. This is important, as it will help your doctor to:
Here's a simple way to share the details of your asthma over the past 6 months with your doctor. Just take a few minutes to complete My 6-Month Asthma Story and share it with your doctor.
DULERA is an inhaled medicine used to control and prevent asthma symptoms such as wheezing in people 12 and older.
DULERA is not a rescue inhaler and should not be used as a treatment for sudden asthma symptoms.
DULERA is not for people who are well controlled on a long-term asthma control medicine like a low to medium dose of an inhaled corticosteroid medicine, or who only need a rescue inhaler once in a while.
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