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Treating asthma

When your asthma continues to be uncontrolled, it may be a sign that your current treatment isn’t cutting it. Because even if you’re taking a 2-in-1 treatment, your airways can still become narrowed and inflamed because of asthma—which can lead to difficulty breathing.

If so, it might be time to ask your doctor about TRELEGY—the first and only once-daily, 3-in-1 treatment for asthma. If you’re looking for a doctor who specializes in treating asthma, you can search for one here.

The 3 medicines that make up TRELEGY

With TRELEGY, 3 medicines work together in 1 inhaler to help you breathe better for a full 24 hours. Let’s break it down:

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  1. ICS (inhaled corticosteroid) is an anti-inflammatory, meaning it reduces inflammation and swelling in your lungs
  2. LABA (long-acting beta2-adrenergic agonist) is a bronchodilator that opens airways by relaxing the muscles around the airways in your lungs
  3. LAMA (long-acting muscarinic antagonist) is another bronchodilator that keeps airways open by blocking the tightening of smooth muscle around your airways
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See how the 3 medicines in TRELEGY work together for adults with asthma to help make breathing easier and improve lung function for a full 24 hours.

Results may vary.

Rescue inhalers vs maintenance treatments

TRELEGY is a maintenance treatment used long term to treat asthma in adults. It is not used to relieve sudden breathing problems and won’t replace a rescue inhaler. Always have a rescue inhaler with you to treat sudden symptoms.

Below are some of the main differences between rescue inhalers and maintenance treatments.

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Rescue inhalers

  • are short-acting asthma medicines that work quickly in case of sudden breathing problems
  • are sometimes referred to as “quick relief”
  • relax airway muscles within minutes and are generally effective for about 4 to 6 hours
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Maintenance treatments

  • are long-acting asthma medicines that are taken daily to help prevent symptoms from occurring
  • include 1 (monotherapy), 2 (dual therapy), or 3 (triple therapy) asthma medicines delivered in 1 or more inhalers

Managing asthma

When it comes to managing your asthma, you’re in control. Take an active role in keeping up with your condition, starting with some of these actions:

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Know when it’s uncontrolled

Knowing you have asthma is one thing, but knowing when it’s uncontrolled can make all the difference.

Be consistent with your medication

Stay on top of treatment

Be consistent with your medication so it can effectively treat your asthma.

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Keep track of your symptoms

Taking the time to log your symptoms will help your doctor understand your unique situation.

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Connect with your doctor

If your asthma is getting worse, don’t suffer in silence. Start a conversation with your doctor.


for up to 12 months

For eligible commercially insured patients only.

*Maximum savings of $500 per month between January 1, 2024 and March 31, 2024; and $200 per month at all other times. Restrictions apply.

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