There is no generic version of Dulera (mometasone and formoterol), a drug used to treat asthma in people ages 12 and older. Dulera is a combination medication. It contains two active ingredients, an inhaled corticosteroid, mometasone, to reduce airway inflammation and swelling, and formoterol, a long-acting beta-agonist, or LABA, that relaxes and opens the airways to improve breathing. Talk to your doctor for more information about Dulera and whether the drug is right for you.
- Q When should I call my doctor if my child is taking Dulera?
- Q When should I call my doctor if I am taking Dulera?
- Q If I am pregnant, is it safe to use Dulera?
- Q How soon after starting Dulera will my child's symptoms improve?
- Q What should I do if I miss a dose of Dulera?
- Q Who should not take Dulera?