Trelegy: helping people with COPD to breathe easy for 24 hours and helping to prevent future flare ups1-5

Helping you breathe easy for 24 hours and helping to prevent future flare-ups1-5

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Fully Funded, subject to availability8

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TRELEGY is a once-daily treatment for people with emphysema or chronic bronchitis that can help you to breathe easy for 24 hours and help to prevent future flare-ups.1-5,10

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, or COPD sometimes called emphysema or chronic bronchitis. TRELEGY is just a single puff, every day.4,5,10

TRELEGY is a combination of 3 medicines that work together to help you breathe easy all day and night and to help prevent future flare-ups.1-5

Trelegy contains 3 medicines, 2 medicines that work together to help relax smooth muscles around your airways and open air passages in your lungs making it easier to breathe in and out, and 1 medicine works to help reduce swelling and irritation in your airways.4,5

One medicine (umeclidinium) helps to block tightening of smooth muscles around your airways.4,5

One medicine (vilanterol) helps to open airways by relaxing muscles around the airways in your lungs.4,5

One medicine (fluticasone furoate) helps to reduce swelling and irritation in the small air passages in the lungs.4,5

The result:

Opening the airways and reducing inflammation in your lungs to help you breathe easy for 24 hours and reduce the likelihood of future flare-ups.1-5

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When should I talk to my doctor about my COPD?

If you are regularly using a puffer for your COPD and still experiencing any of the following:11

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Repetitive Cough

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Chest Tightness

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Shortness of Breath

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Ask your doctor if TRELEGY is right for you

It's always a good time to talk to your doctor

Talking to your doctor about your COPD and the puffer(s) you use is important to ensure you manage your symptoms well. Use these questions as a guide and ask your doctor if Trelegy is right for you.

Questions to ask your doctor:

  1. How can I keep doing the activities that I enjoy (e.g. gardening, going for walks)?
  2. What are some of the signs that my COPD could be getting worse?
  3. Am I using my puffer correctly?
  4. Would a once-daily puffer help my COPD?

IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION:5 Don't use Trelegy Ellipta if you are allergic (hypersensitive) to lactose or milk protein, or if you are allergic to fluticasone furoate, umeclidinium, vilanterol or any other ingredients of Trelegy Ellipta. Common side effects, these may affect up to 1 in 10 people, include sore, raised patches in the mouth, or throat caused by a fungal infection (thrush); headache; cough, hoarseness; painful and frequent urination (may be signs of a urinary tract infection); joint pain; back pain; constipation; itchy, runny or blocked nose; pain in the back of the mouth and throat; inflammation of the sinuses; inflammation of the lungs (bronchitis); flu (influenza); infection of the nose, sinuses or throat; & infection of the upper airways. If you think you are having an allergic reaction to Trelegy Ellipta, stop using this medicine and tell your doctor immediately or go to the accident and emergency department at your nearest hospital.

Any information provided on this website should be discussed with a healthcare professional (HCP) and does not replace an HCP's advice.

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