Immunoglobulin replacement therapy

Immunoglobulin replacement therapy is a blood-based treatment. The immunoglobulin contains antibodies which will help fight infection. You have been recommended this treatment because your doctors have found that your immune system (or your child’s immune system) is not making antibodies. Immunoglobulin can be given intravenously or subcutaneously.

Here you can find answers to many of the questions you may have about this treatment and updates on the provision of immunoglobulin products in the UK.

If you would like to share your preferences and experiences about your choice of immunoglobulin therapy, please contact us to tell us your story.

You can find out more about our advocacy activities concerning the provision of immunoglobulin to patients in the UK here.