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Trelegy Ellipta combines fluticasone furoate, umeclidinium bromide, and vilanterol trifenatate to treat symptoms of asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). When used properly, this medication can alleviate symptoms such as chronic cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, and wheezing. Fluticasone is a steroid, vilanterol is a bronchodilator, and umeclidinium is an anticholinergic. Together, they can help with better breathing and prevent bronchospasms. Trelegy Ellipta is not a quick-relief inhaler. Use only fast-acting inhalation medicine during an asthma attack.
Use Trelegy Ellipta exactly as directed by your doctor. More information can be found on the package label included by the manufacturer.
Certain health conditions may make Trelegy Ellipta unsuitable for you. To avoid complications, inform your doctor if you have:
Certain medications may interact with Trelegy Ellipta and cause adverse effects. Before taking Trelegy Ellipta, let your doctor know if you are taking:
Trelegy Ellipta may cause certain side effects, such as:
More severe side effects should be reported to your doctor as soon as possible. Severe side effects of Trelegy Ellipta may include:
Are there substances I should avoid while taking Trelegy Ellipta?
An interaction between two or more medications can lead to adverse symptoms and an increased risk of side effects. Common drugs that interact with Trelegy Ellipta include metformin, albuterol, furosemide, prednisone, and trazadone. This list of Trelegy Ellipta interactions is not complete. Ask your doctor before taking a new medication, herbal medicine, or supplement to ensure there are no interactions. Additionally, avoid sick people when taking Trelegy Ellipta because this drug may increase your risk of severe chickenpox or measles if infected.
Can I use Trelegy Ellipta while pregnant?
Use of Trelegy Ellipta is only recommended during pregnancy if the benefit clearly outweighs the risks. There is currently not enough data to conclude whether Trelegy Ellipta is safe for pregnant women. However, asthma during labor can increase the risk of complications, so your doctor may prescribe this inhalation medication if necessary.