What is IVIg?
Immunoglobulins are proteins that help to fight infection. Intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIg) is a blood product that can dampen down some inflammatory diseases. Read more
How do I take IVIg and how long does it take to work?
IVIg is given by injection into a vein over several hours. This is done in hospital. It may take 2–12 weeks to become effective. Read more
What are the possible side-effects of IVIg?
Side-effects to IVIg are usually infusion reactions (a chill, headache, stomach pain, fever, nausea, vomiting, joint pain or tiredness). Very rarely, some people may experience a severe allergic reaction. Read more