Simplifying Therapy for Common Variable ImmunodeficiencyDiplomat combines CVID expertise with personalized care.
CVID is also known as hypogammaglobulinemia. It causes a low level of immune globulin (antibodies). This means people who have CVID are more likely to get sick.
CVID is diagnosed early in life — usually within a child’s first year. As the mother’s protective antibodies wear off, the effects of the CVID become noticeable.
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What are the symptoms of CVID?
People who have CVID will have illnesses that are unusually frequent, hard to treat, and last a long time. These are often respiratory illnesses, problems with the digestive system, and autoimmune conditions.
They might also have:
- Anemia or low platelet counts in their blood
- Nausea and diarrhea
- Inflammation of internal organs
- Delayed growth and development
How does Diplomat help people with CVID?
With regular treatment, people who have CVID can live normal, healthy lifestyles. Diplomat Specialty Infusion Group helps patients by dispensing intravenous immune globulin or other treatments. We reach out before each refill to coordinate delivery and address side effects and concerns.
We support you throughout therapy, helping you find third-party financial assistance and assisting with insurance requirements. And we have clinical pharmacists available 24/7 to make sure your urgent questions are answered.
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The information contained herein may not be construed as medical advice. It is for educational purposes only. Diplomat Pharmacy Inc. takes no responsibility for the accuracy or validity of the information contained herein, nor the claims or statements of any manufacturer.
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