When you have an inhaler and still have trouble with your asthma, biologic treatment is directed at various areas of your body to make you breathe easier. Your doctor will send you some sort of biologic therapy that is right for you. Biologics can help with some forms of asthma.
Benralizumab’s (Fasenra): You could also take this treatment if you have eosinophilic asthma. You’ll have a shot every four weeks for the first 3 times, and then every 8 weeks. After the shot, you can have a fever or a sore throat.
Omalizumab (Xolair): This treatment is good if you’ve bad asthma and allergies all year long. It protects you against pet dander, dust, or other natural allergens.
Reslizumab (Cinqair): It can be used to treat eosinophilic asthma. Your doctor will prescribe you this medication by an IV, which takes between 20–50 minutes.
Doctors have tested a drug called fevipiprant, hoping that one day it will treat asthma safely. Fevipirant, which you will take by mouth, will be able to benefit if you have moderate asthma or extreme asthma. There is no fixed date for fevipiprant to be available for use. But it’s in its final phase of review.