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Sereflo assists in preventing various severe symptoms of Asthma. From reducing and irritation in the lungs to enabling easier breathing, Sereflo is a useful treatment. It contains two active ingredients, salmeterol and fluticasone propionate. Regular inhalation induces healthy and consistent breathing.
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Sereflo assists in preventing various severe symptoms of Asthma. From reducing and irritation in the lungs to enabling easier breathing, Sereflo is a useful treatment. It contains two active ingredients, salmeterol and fluticasone propionate. Regular inhalation induces healthy and consistent breathing.


Sereflo is a medication prescribed to treat Asthma and COPD. It opens up the airways to the lungs making it easier to breathe. Sereflo is an effective medication for wheezing, shortness of breath in Asthma and blockage of airways in lung disorders like COPD.

Sereflo is a highly effective remedy against Asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disorders (COPD). Sereflo is a combination medicine made up of two active ingredients which work to open up airways to the lungs. This medication also includes corticosteroids which reduce inflammation and irritation in your bronchial air passages.

For Sereflo to be appropriately effective, it is essential to use the inhaler regularly. Your doctor will advise you about how often you need to take the inhaler, and you should experience relief in your symptoms within a few days of starting to use Sereflo. For maximum benefit, continue to use your inhaler as prescribed for at least a few weeks.  

The Sereflo inhaler is a combination medicine that includes two ingredients, namely – Salmeterol and Fluticasone Propionate. Salmeterol is a bronchodilator medication that relaxes the lung airways muscles to help the air flow freely. This function of Salmeterol helps patients with Asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD) breathe easier.  

The second ingredient, Fluticasone Propionate, belongs to the group of medicines known as corticosteroids. Fluticasone Propionate reduces swelling and irritation in the lungs' airways by blocking the chemical messengers that prompt the brain to react with asthma and COPD symptoms.

Sereflo inhaler is an effective medicine that helps treat Asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disorders (COPD). There are various benefits of using Sereflo. Some of them are listed below:

  • Sereflo helps to clear the lungs' airways and allows you to breathe more easily in Asthma and COPD. 
  • Sereflo contains two effective ingredients for the treatment of Asthma and COPD. 
  • If taken before exposure to a trigger such as pollen, pets, or cigarette smokeSereflo can prevent the onset of an asthma attack. 
  • For people who cannot exercise due to Asthma, taking a dose of Sereflo before exercise can allow them to work out freely. Sereflo prevents the onset of breathlessness, wheezing, coughing, and shortness of breath.  
  • The effect of this medication lasts for up to twelve hours.
  • Breathing disorders like Asthma and COPD can be debilitating and may hinder your day-to-day tasks. Attacks of pain or breathlessness can be uncomfortable and worrying as well. Regular use of Sereflo can help you live a worry-free life and go through your daily work without hindrance. 

Sereflo is a prescription medication. It is advisable to follow the dosage as prescribed by your doctor. The recommended dosage of Sereflo is:

  • For adults above the age of 18, if you have been prescribed Sereflo 25microgram/125microgram – take two puffs of Sereflo twice a day. 
  • For adults above the age of 18, if you have been prescribed Sereflo 25microgram/250microgram – take two puffs of Sereflo twice a day. 
  • Sereflo should not be used by children and adolescents below 18 years of age. 
  • The maximum benefit of Sereflo can be experienced only with regular use over a long time. 
  • Do not stop using Sereflo until your doctor advises you to do so. Continue using the inhaler even if your Asthma feels better in a few weeks.

Sereflo inhaler is a prescription-only medicine and should not be taken without consulting a doctor or pharmacist. Take the inhaler precisely as recommended by your doctor, and make sure to read the patient information leaflet given in the pack for directions of use. Here is the recommended method of using Sereflo inhaler:

  • Use your Sereflo inhaler only while sitting or standing up.
  • Remove the inhaler's mouthpiece cover and ensure that the mouthpiece is free of loose objects and completely clean.
  • Shake the inhaler in an up-and-down movement four to five times to make sure that the contents are evenly mixed.
  • Hold the inhaler with your thumb below the inhaler's base and your forefinger on top of the canister.
  • Breathe out as far as you comfortably can.
  • Hold the mouthpiece between your teeth without biting or pressing it. Use your lips to form a seal.
  • Breathe in slowly and deeply through your mouth. As you breathe in, press down firmly on the canister to release the medicine. Continue to breathe in as far as you can.
  • Hold your breath for a few seconds after inhaling the medication. Then continue to breathe normally.
  • If you have been prescribed two puffs, then repeat the procedure described in steps 5 to 8 after thirty seconds.
  • When you are done, replace the mouthpiece cover and rinse your mouth.

Sereflo is a medicine that can effectively treat Asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD). However, if you have any of the below-listed conditions, you may need to use Sereflo with caution. Discuss your existing medical conditions and ongoing treatments, if any, with your doctor before you begin using Sereflo. Here are some conditions wherein Sereflo should be used with caution:

  • If you have acute Asthma and need a fast-acting bronchodilator medication, Sereflo will not help immediate relief in an asthma attack. 
  • Sereflo may increase your blood sugar levels. If you have diabetes or high blood sugar, inform your doctor about it. 
  • For people with cardiovascular disorders and heart rhythm abnormalities, Sereflo should be used with caution. 
  • If you have diabetes mellitus, thyrotoxicosis, uncorrected hypokalemia, or low serum potassium levels, use Sereflo with caution. 
  • People who have an overactive thyroid gland or high blood pressure should discuss this with their doctor before taking Sereflo.
  • If you have had tuberculosis now or have had it in the past, or have any other lung infection, inform your doctor about it before taking Sereflo.

Sereflo is a reliable medicine to treat Asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder (COPD), but it may not be suitable for everyone. Here are some scenarios wherein Sereflo is not recommended to be used:

  • If you are allergic to Salmeterol, Fluticasone Propionate or any other ingredient of Salmeterol, you should not use Sereflo.
  • If you are pregnant, planning to get pregnant or breastfeeding.
  • If you require an inhaler for quick relief during an asthma attack, Sereflo is not the proper medication for you.
  • If you are under 18 years of age.

Just like any other medication, Sereflo has also been observed to cause some side effects in a few cases. The occurrence of side effects resulting from Sereflo is rare, and usually, the side effects are mild and disappear as your body gets used to the medication. Here is a list of the common side effects of Sereflo:

  • Respiratory Tract Infection
  • Fungal Infection in the Mouth
  • Musculoskeletal pain (includes pain in the bones, muscles, or joints)
  • Vomiting
  • Nausea
  • Sore Throat / Hoarseness of voice / Cough
  • Headache
  • Increased heart rate
  • Increased blood sugar levels

If you have been prescribed Sereflo, take the following precautions when taking the medication:

  • Please do not use the inhaler lying down. Use it only in a sitting or standing position. 
  • Do not use other corticosteroids alongside Sereflo without consulting your doctor or pharmacist
  • Follow the directions for use as given by your doctor or as given on the patient information leaflet.
  • Discuss your existing medical conditions and ongoing treatments with your doctor or pharmacist before taking Sereflo.
  • Discuss any medications that you may be taking for any other ailment with your doctor, do this even if you are taking any herbal or over-the-counter medicines. 

Sereflo may interact with other medicines you are taking to reduce that medication's effect and vice versa. Inform your doctor if you are taking any of the below medicines:

  • Beta-Blockers 
  • Medicines to treat infections 
  • Diuretics (to treat high blood pressure) 
  • Corticosteroids (by mouth, injection or through another inhaler)
  • Other bronchodilator medicines (e.g. salbutamol)
  • Xanthine medicines (to treat Asthma)

You can buy Sereflo safely in the UK from MedsNow online pharmacy. Sereflo is a prescription-only medication. You can also take an online consultation with our doctors or pharmacists before buying the drug. The medication is delivered to your doorstep. 

Store Sereflo in a cool, dry place away from direct light sources, preferably below 25 degrees Celsius. Keep all medicines out of sight and reach of children. Do not allow the canister to come in contact with water. Do not use the medication if the expiry date is past and find a safe way to dispose of the expired medicine. 

  1. Is Sereflo Inhaler a Steroid?

    Sereflo inhaler contains a corticosteroid ingredient known as Fluticasone Propionate. This ingredient helps in reducing any swelling or irritation in your airways.
  2. Can You Drink Water After Taking Sereflo Inhaler?

    It is not advisable to drink water immediately after taking Sereflo inhaler. As fungal infections of the mouth are a noted side effect of Sereflo inhaler, you should avoid drinking water for a few minutes after taking the medication.
  3. What Happens if You Use a Sereflo Inhaler Too Much?

    If you have taken a higher dose of Sereflo than what is prescribed to you, then seek medical attention at the earliest. It is advisable to do so even if you are not feeling any discomfort or pain.
  4. Can You Overdose on an Inhaler?

    Yes. It is possible to overdose on an inhaler.

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