Total Management Of ITP?
Evening doctor, I want to ask whether ITP pain can be cured if yes using what medicine … for the record I have been taking methyprednisolone for more than 1 year but there is no improvement …
ITP or immune trombocytopenic purpura is a clinical syndrome caused by a decrease in platelet levels which makes it easier for the body to experience bleeding related to the immune process (immunity). The bleeding that occurs can vary, one of the most common bleeding in ITP is bleeding on the skin in the form of bruises (purpura), so this condition is named as such. The following are some of the treatments related to ITP conditions:
The use of corticosteroid drugs such as methylprednisolone or dexamethasone, can be in the form of oral or intravenous drugs. Use of immunoglobulins such as rho immunoglobulin Monoclonal antibody therapy Surgical therapy, for example splenectomy (surgery to remove the spleen) etc. adults with ITP have elevated platelet levels after treatment with prednisone or prednisone and immunoglobulin. Of these, only 2/3 experienced continuous improvement without treatment and the rest required continuous treatment or further therapy.
Because you have been on treatment for 1 year and are worried about the results of your treatment, you should consult with the doctor who treats you regarding your treatment so that you can get information or follow-up treatment if needed.
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