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Dulera Inhaler
Dosage: 100/5mcg
Quantity: 120doses
Price: $120.00
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Dosage: 100/5mcg
Quantity: 240doses
Price: $229.95
Dulera Inhaler
Dosage: 100/5mcg
Quantity: 360doses
Price: $336.45
Dulera Inhaler
Dosage: 200/5mcg
Quantity: 120doses
Price: $129.95
Dulera Inhaler
Dosage: 200/5mcg
Quantity: 240doses
Price: $249.20
Dulera Inhaler
Dosage: 200/5mcg
Quantity: 360doses
Price: $367.80

What Is Dulera Inhaler 

Dulera Inhaler’s active ingredient is a combination of mometasone/formoterol medicine that works together to treat asthma symptoms such as wheezing and shortness of breath; they make it easier to breathe and allow more oxygen in the lungs when breathing. Mometasone belongs to the class of corticosteroids, which works by reducing swelling and irritation in the lungs’ airways. At the same time, formoterol is a long-acting beta-agonist that works by relaxing the muscles around the lung’s airway to widen it and keep it open, allowing more air to flow for easier breathing.

Dulera Inhaler is prescribed for patients who are not adequately controlled by long-term asthma medication such as inhaled corticosteroids ICS or whose disease warrants initiation of therapy with an LABA and ICS.

Dulera Inhaler Dosage 

The dose and length of therapy with Dulera Inhaler are different for each patient depending on the severity of the condition, age, and response to the treatment. Dulera Inhaler comes in a metered-dose inhaler in different strengths; the usual prescription of Dulera Inhaler is twice a day, one in the morning and one in the evening. Dulera Inhaler should be shaken well before each use; it requires priming if used for the first time or not used for more than five days. To help attain benefits, it is recommended to use it regularly at the same time of the day daily at evenly spaced times. Once a dose is missed, skip it and do not take more than prescribed to avoid overdosing.

The doses listed here are the usual prescription; follow your medication if it is different from here: 

  • For adults and children ages 12 and above, two puffs in the morning and two puffs in the evening are prescribed with 100 mcg/5 mcg or 200 mcg/5 mcg. The healthcare professional can adjust the dose depending on your need, but it should not exceed 800 mcg/ 20 mcg per day.
  • For children ages 5 to 11 years old, two puffs in the morning and two puffs in the evening are prescribed with 50 mcg/5 mcg, which can be adjusted to a maximum of 200 mcg/5 mcg per day as needed. 

Allow a one-minute interval before taking the second puff and if you are using other inhalers.

Dulera Inhaler Side Effects 

Get medical attention right away if you experience these rare but severe side effects such as chest pain, irregular heartbeat, severe dizziness, fainting, seizures, and severe allergic reactions.

Inform your doctor or pharmacist if any of these severe side effects listed below are experienced: 

  • White patches in the tongue or mouth 
  • Signs of infection (persistent fever or sore throat)
  • Mood changes 
  • Trouble sleeping 
  • Vision problems 
  • Increased urination or thirst 
  • Muscle cramps 
  • Tremors 
  • Weak immune system 

Common side effects include a stuffy nose, hoarseness, dry mouth, and throat irritation. Call your doctor if they persist or worsen; the side effects of Dulera Inhaler listed here are not the complete list.

Dulera Inhaler Precautions 

Before using Dulera Inhaler, disclose your medical history to your doctor to know if this inhaler is suitable for your condition, especially infections, high blood pressure, heart disease, overactive thyroid, seizures, bone loss, eye problems, diabetes, swelling of arteries, or tumor in the adrenal gland. Inform your doctor beforehand about other medicines you are taking to avoid drug interactions.

Dulera inhaler should not be used in asthma attacks or asthma that has already started; a quick-relief inhaler should be used instead.

This inhaler can cause mouth dryness, irritation, and yeast infection; to prevent this from happening, gargle and rinse your mouth with water after each use. 

Dulera inhalers may cause a rise in blood pressure; it is advised to check blood pressure and inform your doctor of the results regularly. 

Frequently Asked Questions 

-Is Dulera a steroid inhaler? 

Yes, this inhaler contains mometasone, a corticosteroid; corticosteroids are forms of steroids that can treat asthma symptoms. 

-How to clean Dulera Inhaler? 

This inhaler must be cleaned once a week using dry tissue; the inside and outside parts of the mouthpiece must be wiped. Don’t use water or any liquid to cleanse it. 

-Does Dulera Inhaler cause weight gain? 

This inhaler should not cause weight gain or loss, but when adrenal glands are affected by this medication, it may cause some weight changes. 

-Is it okay to take alcohol while using Dulera Inhaler? 

Alcohol does not interact with this medication, but drinking alcohol can damage the cilia in the lungs’ airway, causing an increased risk of infections. 

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Additional information

Brand Name:

Dulera Inhaler

Scientific Name:

Mometasone Furoate/Formoterol Fumarate

Other Names:



100/5mcg, 200/5mcg

Quantities Available:

120doses, 240doses, 360doses


Inhalation Aerosol

The information above is provided by third parties to for Dulera Inhaler (Mometasone Furoate/Formoterol Fumarate). This information is for general purposes only and is not intended to replace a physician's advice. Always consult with your doctor or a qualified health care professional if you need advice on any medical concerns.