Immune modulators are medical infusions that work to reset or improve the function of your immune system. Many autoimmune conditions cause your own immune system to attack otherwise healthy tissues in your body, which is not normally one of its functions. Instead, your immune system protects you from pathogens and infectious diseases.
Autoimmune conditions and other conditions often improve in response to immunotherapy at Serene Outpatient Infusion Center. During your consultation with the team, they evaluate your medical history and ask various questions about your symptoms. Then, the team develops a personalized treatment plan that includes immune modulators and possibly other treatments.
Your immune modulator therapy, also called immunotherapy, takes place in the comfortable Serene Outpatient Infusion Center office, where you can relax for the duration of your infusion. Some immune system modulators stimulate the immune system, while others suppress an overactive one.
Serene Outpatient Infusion Center collaborates with your other doctors and specialists to treat your disease or disorder using infusions of immune modulators. Your custom therapy program with immunotherapy can improve the symptoms of:
Many people are most familiar with immunotherapy for cancer, but the treatment can address a wide range of medical concerns across multiple specialties too. You might benefit from immune modulators at Serene Patient Infusion Center for dermatology, endocrinology, or hematology purposes.
Not everyone experiences side effects from immune modulators, but some do. It’s not possible to predict whether or not you’ll get side effects from immune modulators at Serene Outpatient Infusion Center or how severe they’ll be, but the team is careful about the dosage they give you.
Possible side effects you might get from immune modulators are:
Before your treatment, the team can discuss the potential for side effects with you and tell you how to manage them if they occur. Fortunately, any side effects you get from immune modulators are temporary.
If you’re interested in learning more about the benefits of immune modulators, call Serene Outpatient Infusion Center or schedule an appointment online today.