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Fasenra - Overview
Fasenra is a medication sometimes prescribed to people who need additional treatment for certain types of asthma. People who might need a Fasenra prescription can use Push Health to connect with a local medical provider who can prescribe Fasenra injections when appropriate to do so.
Fasenra - Dosage and Cost
Fasenra belongs to a class of medications known as interleukin-5 receptor alpha-directed cytolytic monoclonal antibody medications. Containing the active ingredient benralizumab, Fasenra is sometimes prescribed to people who need add-on maintenance therapy for certain types of asthma. Fasenra is very expensive, costing thousands of dollars for a Fasenra autoinjector at many pharmacies. Fortunately, some insurance plans may pay for Fasenra prescription injections and Fasenra coupons and copay cards can sometimes be found online or through the manufacturer. Fasenra is similar in mechanism to the medications Nucala and Xolair.
Can I Buy Fasenra Online?
Fasenra is a prescription medication in the United States and requires a consultation and prescription from a licensed medical provider before it can be dispensed by a pharmacy. Because of this, Fasenra OTC is not available and one cannot just buy Fasenra online. Through Push Health, people who need a Fasenra injection can connect with a local medical provider who can prescribe Fasenra autoinjectors when appropriate to do so.
Fasenra - Side Effects
Fasenra can cause adverse effects, including headaches and pharyngitis, when used and concerns should be discussed with a qualified medical provider before use. People with parasitic infections should generally be treated before starting Fasenra injection therapy. Fasenra can also cause redness, pain and infection at the site of injection. People with known allergies to monoclonal antibody medications or Fasenra should avoid using Fasenra injections.
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Last updated April 12, 2021. Given the evolving nature of medicine and science, this information might not be accurate and should not be construed as medical advice or diagnosis / treatment recommendations. Please consult a licensed medical provider if you have additional questions.