Staying on therapy and checking in regularly with your doctor matters

After an episode of acquired/immune-mediated thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (aTTP/iTTP*), your care team will likely want to see you regularly to check that CABLIVI is working for you.

    Hematologist (or hematologist-oncologist)

    After leaving the hospital, you should continue to check in with your hematologist as often as they recommend.

    Primary Care Physician

    Your primary care physician should be informed of your aTTP/iTTP diagnosis. They may want to see you regularly to see how you are doing.


    Your nurse may assist you with your treatment after you’ve left the hospital.

    Specialty Pharmacy Services

    The specialty pharmacy coordinates direct-to-home shipment of CABLIVI for a seamless transition at discharge.

    The CABLIVI Patient Solutions Team

    If you’ve enrolled in CABLIVI Patient Solutions, your Case Manager, Clinical Educator, and Therapeutic Education Manager will be there to support your needs, while you and your doctor continue to make your health- and treatment-related decisions.

    Learn more about how they can help >

Follow-up appointments are important to check in with your doctor

Your doctor may schedule follow-up appointments to check in on your recovery and see if they need to make any changes to treatment. Your doctor may want to see:

  • How you are feeling after your recent aTTP/iTTP episode
  • If there is still active aTTP/iTTP in the body. This may inform continuing treatment with CABLIVI
  • If any signs or symptoms of aTTP/iTTP have come back
  • If you’re experiencing any side effects from treatment
  • If you have any questions
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Be honest with your doctor about how you are feeling. An aTTP/iTTP episode can be challenging and overwhelming. You may be eager to get back to normal living, but everyone’s recovery is different. It’s OK to take your time and ask for help if you need it.

Monitoring for side effects or the return of aTTP/iTTP symptoms is important. Tell your doctor right away if you experience:

  • Bleeding from the gums or nose
  • Purple bruises (known as purpura) and/or red or purple dots (known as petechiae) on the skin
  • Blood in urine
  • Stomach pain
  • Chest pain
  • Seizures
  • Headaches, confusion, or distorted vision
  • Tiredness and jaundice (yellowing of the skin and eyes)

Tell your doctor if you have any symptom or side effect that bothers you or that does not go away. These are not all the possible symptoms of aTTP/iTTP or side effects of CABLIVI. Call your doctor for medical advice about symptoms or side effects.

What happens after an aTTP/iTTP diagnosis and episode?

Are you caring for someone with aTTP/iTTP?

*aTTP is also known as iTTP. You and your healthcare team can use either term.
aTTP/iTTP=acquired/immune-mediated thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura.