TAKE THE NEXT STEP IN THE TREATMENT OF ITP
Ask your doctor if DOPTELET is right for you.
What is chronic immune thrombocytopenia?
Immune thrombocytopenia, or ITP, is a disease that causes a shortage of platelets. Platelets are cells in the blood that clot together to stop bleeding. When your platelet count gets too low, you are at risk for easy or excessive bleeding. ITP is considered chronic when a person has had the condition for at least 12 months.1,2
- Helps increase platelet counts
- Is a prescription medicine used to treat low blood platelet counts in adults with chronic immune thrombocytopenia (ITP) when other medicines have not worked well enough
HOW DOPTELET WORKS
DOPTELET helps the body produce more platelets. The goal of DOPTELET treatment is to increase the platelet count high enough to lower the risk of excessive bleeding.
What to expect
- DOPTELET has been shown to raise platelet counts within 8 days, but every person is different, so your results may differ
- Pay attention to how your body reacts to DOPTELET
- Tell your healthcare provider if you feel any side effects
- Your blood platelet count will be monitored while you are treated with DOPTELET
TAKING DOPTELET: DOSING THAT DOESN’T DISRUPT YOUR DAY
DOPTELET is a pill that is taken by mouth with food. The dose will vary from person to person, so take DOPTELET exactly as your healthcare provider tells you to. Your healthcare provider will tell you how much DOPTELET to take and when to start taking it. DOPTELET has no restrictions on what you can eat—including no calcium restrictions.
Your healthcare provider may change your dose of DOPTELET depending on your blood platelet counts. A healthcare provider will check your platelet count before, during, and for at least 4 weeks after stopping your treatment with DOPTELET.
If you miss a dose of DOPTELET, take it as soon as you remember. Do not take 2 doses at one time to make up for a missed dose. Take your next dose at your usual scheduled time. If you take too much DOPTELET, call your healthcare provider or go to the nearest hospital emergency room right away.
GETTING DOPTELET: SUPPORT EVERY STEP OF THE WAY
You may get DOPTELET in several different ways:
A specialty pharmacy to deliver DOPTELET right to your home or to your healthcare provider's office/clinic
Your healthcare provider can order DOPTELET directly from a clinic or hospital pharmacy
Your healthcare provider can use a service called Dova 1Source to get DOPTELET to you
What is Dova 1Source?
Dova 1Source can help you access DOPTELET. A full range of support services are available to help you, including:
- Researching your insurance coverage
- Looking for financial support if needed
- Finding the right pharmacy to deliver DOPTELET to you
Visit Dova 1Source, or call 1-833-DOVA-ONE (1-833-368-2663).
$0 COPAY PROGRAM
Eligible patients may qualify for Dova's $0 Copay Program. Learn more about access, eligibility, and enrollment at Dova 1Source.
This is how Dova 1Source works:
Your healthcare provider will send your DOPTELET prescription to Dova 1Source or directly to your specialty pharmacy.
Dova 1Source or your specialty pharmacy will call you to review DOPTELET information with you. Then they will make sure your prescription is filled.
Your specialty pharmacy will contact you to confirm your delivery details before sending DOPTELET to you.
Dova 1Source or your specialty pharmacy will contact you again to address questions that you may have about taking DOPTELET.
- If you or your healthcare provider wants to enroll in Dova 1Source, visit Dova 1Source, or call 1-833-DOVA-ONE (1-833-368-2663).
- If you have any questions about how or when to take DOPTELET, call your healthcare provider. If you have questions about financial assistance or navigating insurance for DOPTELET, visit Dova 1Source, or call 1-833-DOVA-ONE (1-833-368-2663).
GUIDES & RESOURCES
Important information about DOPTELET created for patients starting therapy.DOWNLOAD
Doctor Discussion Guide
A helpful guide to start a conversation with your doctor about DOPTELET.DOWNLOAD
Platelet Disorder Support Association (PDSA)
A non-profit organization founded in 1998 to enhance the lives of patients with ITP and other platelet disorders through education, advocacy, research, and support.VISIT PDSA ⟩