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Trelegy Ellipta is a bronchodilator combination medicine used to relax the muscles in the airways and improve breathing in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). This inhalation medicine is also used to treat symptoms of asthma in adults. With proper use, Trelegy Ellipta can improve symptoms such as wheezing, chest tightness, and shortness of breath. This medication contains a combination of fluticasone, umeclidinium, and vilanterol. Trelegy Ellipta is not to be used as an emergency quick-relief inhaler for asthma or bronchospasm attacks.
Use Trelegy Ellipta exactly as directed by your healthcare provider Refer to the directions on your prescription label and medication guides.
Trelegy Ellipta may be unsafe if you have the following health conditions:
Inform your doctor if you are taking the following medications:
Trelegy Ellipta side effects may include:
Report serious side effects to your physician immediately. Serious side effects of Trelegy Ellipta may include:
What should I avoid while using Trelegy Ellipta?
Do not combine Trelegy Ellipta with another inhaled bronchodilator medication unless specifically instructed by your doctor. Medicines that contain salmeterol, indacaterol, or formoterol may interact with Trelegy Ellipta and lead to adverse symptoms or unpredictable side effects. Also avoid being near those infected with chickenpox or measles. These conditions can potentially be fatal in those using any medication that contains fluticasone, such as Trelegy Ellipta.
What should I do if I miss a dose of Trelegy Ellipta?
Do not take more than 1 inhalation of Trelegy Ellipta per day unless your doctor specifically directs you to do so. If you miss a dose, skip the missed dose if it is near the time of your next dose. Overdosing can lead to severe symptoms, including chest pain, an accelerated heart rate, shakiness, and shortness of breath. See your doctor if you have taken too many inhalations of Trelegy Ellipta.