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Old 01-29-2013, 05:12 PM   #1
disfan07
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Dulera?

Is anyone here taking dulera for asthma?

Right now I am on the highest dose of symbicort available. I've been on this dose for about 3 years. I have been having increasingly worsening symptoms over the past 6 months. I switched pulmonologistS recently and he said that symbicort is not appropriate for my asthma because it doesn't have enough of a steroid in it. And some of my PFT numbers show that my asthma is not being completely controlled.

So when I see him in a few weeks he wants to switch me to dulera. He wants to start me on the highest dose of 200mcg/5mcg 2x day.

I am hopeful that it might help because right now I am on my rescue inhaler at least twice a day and I can barely walk around campus without getting short of breath and wheezing.

So I was just wondering if anyone here had any experience with dulera?
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