Only your healthcare provider can tell you which asthma medication is right for you. It is a good idea to assess your asthma regularly and share your assessment with your healthcare provider.
Before your next appointment with your healthcare provider, think about your current treatment plan and how well your asthma symptoms are controlled.
Download and print out the following Doctor Discussion Guide and write down your answers to help you and your healthcare provider have a better discussion about how well your asthma symptoms are controlled. This may help your healthcare provider determine if BREO could be right for you.
The responses to these questions are not intended to diagnose a condition or disease state and do not replace the advice of your doctor.
†A flare-up is a time when symptoms have worsened and are severe enough to require treatment with steroids, or also a hospital stay or emergency department visit.
Once-daily BREO is a prescription medicine for adults with asthma who need both an ICS (inhaled corticosteroid) and a LABA (long-acting beta2-adrenergic agonist) medicine. BREO is not for people whose asthma is well controlled on an asthma control medicine, like an ICS. BREO is not used to relieve sudden breathing problems and won’t replace a rescue inhaler.