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  • Corticosteroids

    Your doctor may prescribe a corticosteroid medication – such as prednisone – to reduce inflammation and help manage your symptoms.

  • Immunosuppressants

    Your doctor may prescribe an immunosuppressant medication to help slow the production of disease-fighting white blood cells and help manage your symptoms.

  • Other Medications

    Your specialist may prescribe other types of medication – such as anti-seizure medication or medications that enhance nerve to muscle communication – depending on your specific case of paraneoplastic disorder.

  • Intravenous Immunoglobulin (IVIg)

    Your doctor may recommend you undergo IVIg treatment to speed up the destruction of the damaging antibodies in your blood stream. Immunoglobulin contains healthy antibodies from blood donors, and so will help fight the antibodies that are causing the paraneoplastic disorder.

  • Therapy

    Depending on the symptoms you’re experiencing, you may need to undergo physical therapy or speech therapy to help manage your paraneoplastic disorder.