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INDICATIONS (2 of 2)

REBLOZYL® (luspatercept-aamt) is a prescription medicine used to treat anemia (low red blood cells) in adults with beta thalassemia who need regular red blood cell (RBC) transfusions.

REBLOZYL is not for use as a substitute for RBC transfusions in people who need immediate treatment for anemia.

It is not known if REBLOZYL is safe or effective in children.

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Hypothetical patient with anemia in beta thalassemia (BT)
Hypothetical patient with anemia in beta thalassemia (BT)

How can I track my treatment with REBLOZYL?

How can I track my treatment with REBLOZYL?

In order to make the most of treatment with REBLOZYL, it’s important to keep track of your journey right from the start.

Be sure to talk to your healthcare team about what you should write down and track between REBLOZYL injections. This may include:

  • Your goals for treatment with REBLOZYL
  • Upcoming appointments and injection schedule
  • New or changing symptoms
  • Blood work results, including hemoglobin (Hgb) levels
  • Transfusion history, including date last received and how many units
  • Any questions/concerns that come up between appointments

Keeping track of your REBLOZYL dose is an important part of playing an active role in your treatment.

Your REBLOZYL dose may change over time. Be sure to write down and keep track of:

Hypothetical patient with anemia in beta thalassemia (BT)
Hypothetical patient with anemia in beta thalassemia (BT)

It may also help to keep track of how you feel over time, including changes in:

  • How often or long you need to rest
  • Ability to do daily tasks and activities,
    such as driving
  • Feeling dizzy
  • Feeling out of breath
  • Feeling weak

Improvement in any of these areas may be a sign your anemia is getting better. Talk to your healthcare team about how your dose may change to support your treatment goals.

Talking with your healthcare team

It’s likely you will have questions about REBLOZYL during your treatment journey. There is a lot of new information to learn and a lot of things to keep track of. It’s important to talk with your healthcare team—they are here to help you along your journey.

Here are a few questions that can start the conversation with your healthcare team:

  • Why is REBLOZYL right for me?
  • What are the goals of my REBLOZYL treatment?
  • What should I expect during my REBLOZYL treatment? For example, what side effects might I experience at first?
  • What are the most important things I need to know about REBLOZYL?
  • How long will it take to know REBLOZYL is working?
  • How will I know it’s working?
  • Will my dose of REBLOZYL stay the same?

Be sure to tell your healthcare team how you are feeling while taking REBLOZYL and talk about any changes in dose over time.

Explore more resources for starting and staying with REBLOZYL.
Hypothetical healthcare team

Your healthcare team wants to hear the details about how you’re doing. In order to have productive conversations with them, it’s important to keep track of your treatment and any new or changing symptoms.

Together, you and your healthcare team can make informed decisions about your REBLOZYL treatment.