Your doctor's office will schedule appointments for the first course of treatment (2 infusions given 2 weeks apart). Your infusion may be given at your doctor's office, an infusion center, or a hospital.
Infusions can take several hours, so you should plan accordingly. There are no special rules for what you can eat or drink before, during, or after an infusion. Some people like to eat before or bring a snack along. Just be sure to check with the facility first to see if bringing food is allowed. Due to the possibility of infusion-related reactions, the first infusion may take most of the day, but later infusions may take less time.
PV, pemphigus vulgaris.
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