FAQs About DUPIXENT® (dupilumab) for Nasal Polyps (2022)

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VO: DUPIXENT is a prescription medicine used:

  • to treat people aged 6 years and older with moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis (eczema) that is not well controlled with prescription therapies used on the skin (topical), or who cannot use topical therapies. DUPIXENT can be used with or without topical corticosteroids. It is not known if DUPIXENT is safe and effective in children with atopic dermatitis under 6 years of age.
  • with other asthma medicines for the maintenance treatment of moderate-to-severe eosinophilic or oral steroid dependent asthma in people aged 12 years and older whose asthma is not controlled with their current asthma medicines. DUPIXENT helps prevent severe asthma attacks (exacerbations) and can improve your breathing. DUPIXENT may also help reduce the amount of oral corticosteroids you need while preventing severe asthma attacks and improving your breathing. DUPIXENT is not used to treat sudden breathing problems. It is not known if DUPIXENT is safe and effective in children with
  • with other medicines for the maintenance treatment of chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyposis (CRSwNP) in adults whose disease is not controlled. It is not known if DUPIXENT is safe and effective in children with chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyposis under 18 years of age.

Important Safety Information

Do not use if you are allergic to dupilumab or to any of the ingredients in DUPIXENT®.

Please see additional Important Safety Information throughout this video and adjacent links for full Prescribing Information asthma under 12 years of age.

Before starting DUPIXENT, you should talk to your doctor about all the medical conditions you have and medications you are taking.

You and your doctor should also discuss the potential benefits and risks of treatment with DUPIXENT including the most common side effects such as injection site reactions, and some serious side effects such as allergic reactions including anaphylaxis, eye problems and inflammation of your blood vessels.

JENNIFER: If you’re thinking about trying DUPIXENT, I would say, talk to your doctor, get connected with DUPIXENT MyWay, and make sure you’ve got a support system out there cheering you on. manage the disease.

RACHEL: I highly recommend getting a good physician that you can talk to that you trust, and have that open communication. Develop a good treatment plan together and advocate for yourself.

KRISTY: Know that there is DUPIXENT MyWay. There's always someone there to support you and that they're on your side. If any concerns arise or you have any problems, that there will always be someone there to help you.

CHLOE: It was so nice knowing that I could call that number anytime to talk to a nurse or whoever to give me more information to find out more about DUPIXENT, whether it was payment or how to inject or anything like that.

SUE: I don’t even think about giving myself an injection anymore. It’s just like putting on makeup or brushing your hair. It’s just there.

But everybody’s different. I know it can be kind of nerve-wracking, it’s so worth it.

JACQUE: There's help out there for you now. The advice I would give someone starting DUPIXENT is to ask all the questions that you have. Talk to your doctor.

Be optimistic. Be persistent and look forward to the possibilities that lie ahead of you with DUPIXENT.

VO: Do not use if you are allergic to dupilumab or to any of the ingredients in DUPIXENT®.

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Before using DUPIXENT, tell your healthcare provider about all your medical conditions, including if you:

  • have eye problems
  • have a parasitic (helminth) infection
  • are scheduled to receive any vaccinations. You should not receive a “live vaccine” if you are treated with DUPIXENT.

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DUPIXENT® (dupilumab)—a medicine with special storage requirements—is what’s known as a specialty medicine.

That means it may be delivered to you by a specialty pharmacy instead of your local pharmacy.

That also means you can expect the process for getting your prescription filled to be different from other medicines you may pick up from your local pharmacy.

It will go something like this:

First, your doctor writes a prescription for DUPIXENT. Be sure to ask your doctor about enrolling in DUPIXENT MyWay®, which can provide additional support for you. You or your doctor can download the enrollment form on DUPIXENT.com or call 1-844-DUPIXENT, option 1 to enroll.

Next, your prescription may have to be authorized by insurance. This is called prior authorization and is common for specialty medicines.

Your insurance company will work with your doctor to get any additional medical information they need.

It might feel like this part takes a while, but hang in there.

If you have enrolled in DUPIXENT MyWay, you will receive a welcome call from a Nurse Educator while your insurance benefits are being confirmed. Once DUPIXENT is approved by your insurer, a specialty pharmacy works with you to schedule the shipments of DUPIXENT to your home or other preferred location, so be sure to answer their calls to prevent delays.

They will not ship your medicine without first confirming delivery details with you.

And while everyone’s working through the details, look to DUPIXENT MyWay for additional support.

You can connect with DUPIXENT MyWay Nurse Educators by phone to receive supplemental injection training, help scheduling deliveries and prescription refills, or help navigating financial support options, such as copay assistance.

As a reminder, with all of these folks helping to get you off to good start with DUPIXENT, you may receive phone calls from your doctor’s office, specialty pharmacy, and a DUPIXENT MyWay Nurse Educator.

Remember to quickly respond to these calls to avoid delays in receiving DUPIXENT. So, now you know what to expect from prescription to delivery.

For more information on how to properly store DUPIXENT after delivery, please review the DUPIXENT Instructions for Use at DUPIXENT.com.

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Shari: I grew up in a very small town—one stoplight, if you blink you might miss it. Very quaint. The small-town environment lends to the type of work that I do, more one-on-one with our patients.

My name is Shari, and I’m a registered nurse with DUPIXENT MyWay.

I chose to be a nurse because I wanted to help people, and I believe that people should be in service to others.

Being a nurse for DUPIXENT MyWay is very rewarding. I really enjoy the patient interaction. I’m ready to make a difference. I’m ready to help our patients to have the confidence to proceed with their journey.

Our nurses work remotely from our homes. So, we step into our offices, we’re going into a nice relaxing environment.

When our patients call in, they get to speak to a real person, an experienced clinician who can provide them support along their journey.

We provide general product support and education, as well as supplemental injection training, and injection and refill reminder calls.

Every day is different depending on the type of calls that we have. Some of the common questions we get: “How much is it going to cost me?” “When will I get started?” “How do I take my DUPIXENT injections when I’m traveling?”

We have multiple resources available for patients. We have the ability to send out package inserts that include all the important safety information for DUPIXENT. For patients wanting a copay card, they can access that by visiting our product website at DUPIXENT.com.

One of my favorite parts of providing nursing care to our patients is being able to walk them through their journey, hold their hand through the process, just to give them confidence along the way, and we always want them to know that they have our support.

Laurie: I’m Laurie. I’m a registered nurse with DUPIXENT MyWay. I’ve been with DUPIXENT MyWay since the very beginning.

I give supplemental injection training to the patient and the patient’s caregiver.

When I was very young, I knew that I wanted to be a nurse. I wanted to go out and make a difference and help people.

When I get the order for the patient, I get really excited. I travel to see the patients—sometimes for hours. I make sure that I gather all of the things that I may need to help the experienced person, and then the person that’s never even touched a needle.

I think it’s very important for me as a nurse to go and teach these patients. Not only to teach them how to give themselves the medicine, but also to just come and give them encouragement, and show them kindness and patience.

When I go to see the patient, I can’t wait to travel, no matter how far it is. I have a training kit that has a training syringe in it. And that helps us so that we can practice before we do the real thing.

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I can’t wait to go and meet them, and see where they are in their life, and be excited for them.

I help them to relax. Sometimes they can just take a deep breath, we’ll go slow, think about their favorite place, think about something that reminds them and makes them happy and calms them down.

I went to this patient’s house and he seemed very standoffish. You could tell that the patient was just not comfortable. He was anxious, he wouldn’t give me eye contact. So, I asked the parents, “Would it be OK if I just come back the next day?”

I think it’s very important to just be patient. Make it into their routine and let them go at their own pace. We have time. They have set aside this time for us to learn. And for me to teach.

Sometimes at the end of the training, I’ll get some questions about, “You know, we did great today, but what else? What if when you leave, I don’t know what to do and it’s time for me to give myself my injection again?” I can refer the patient to the DUPIXENT website for more resources, and there’s also a Nurse Educator phone number.

I like to go out and do this job. It’s just really neat. It’s neat to go in and get to know people.

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Let’s take a second to get situated before we begin our breathing exercise.

Find a spot where you can be still and quiet. Get into a comfortable position. This can be seated, standing, or laying down. Pause for just a moment before you begin.

Now, close your eyes and settle your mind.

Focus on your body relaxing as you settle into position. Relax your muscles; start with your toes, work upward to your arms and then your head. Transition your focus to your breath.

Slowly take a deep breath. Let your stomach expand [pause], and now your rib cage, and your chest. Pause for just a moment.

Exhale at the same pace as the inhale. Allow the breath to come steadily out of your nose until your lungs are completely empty.

Pay attention when you breathe in. First your stomach rises, then your rib cage, finally your chest. Notice each of them fall as you breathe out: chest, rib cage, stomach.

Feel your body respond as you continue to breathe.

This can be done for as long as you like. You can repeat this any time you are feeling anxious to help calm yourself.

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VO:

DUPIXENT® (dupilumab) is a prescription medicine used to treat people aged 6 years and older with moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis (eczema) that is not well controlled with prescription therapies used on the skin (topical), or who cannot use topical therapies. DUPIXENT can be used with or without topical corticosteroids. It is not known if DUPIXENT is safe and effective in children with atopic dermatitis under 6 years of age.

Important Safety Information

Do not use if you are allergic to dupilumab or to any of the ingredients in DUPIXENT®.

Please see additional Important Safety Information throughout this video and adjacent links for Full Prescribing Information.

Before starting DUPIXENT, you should talk to your doctor about all the medical conditions you have or medications you are taking.

You and your doctor should also discuss the potential benefits and risks of treatment with DUPIXENT including the most common side effects such as injection site reactions and some serious side effects such as allergic reactions, including anaphylaxis, and eye problems.

There is no cure for atopic dermatitis. DUPIXENT can help reduce the signs and symptoms of eczema. Patients’ individual results with DUPIXENT may vary.

MAX:

I prefer self-injection just because I feel like it’s more controlled when I do it.

ANA:

Max had his initial dose of 2 injections under the skin at the doctor’s office. She gave him one injection, and she taught him how to self-inject the second. I thought that we would go back there every 2 weeks to have the injection administered, but he picked it up, and he was very comfortable doing it, and he’s been self-injecting at home ever since.

ANA:

I think it’s great that he can self-inject. It’s great that he can do it at home. We have a scheduled time that he does it. But... I can’t even look.

MAX:

She doesn’t handle it very well. She gets really anxious when I’m doing it.

ANA:

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I, myself, am not comfortable with needles, and I – you know, maybe it’s because it’s my son – I still get queasy, and I have to look away. I can’t, but he is ok.

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FAQs

How long does it take for Dupixent to work on polyps? ›

For adults patients with uncontrolled chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps, patients may begin to see an improved ability to smell in as little as 2 weeks.

How often do you take Dupixent for nasal polyps? ›

The recommended dose of dupilumab for adult patients is an initial dose of 600 mg (two 300 mg injections), followed by 300 mg given every other week administered as subcutaneous injection.

Does Dupixent get rid of nasal polyps? ›

Dupixent provides an important treatment option for patients whose nasal polyps are not adequately controlled with intranasal steroids. It also reduces the need for nasal polyp surgery and oral steroids.” Dupixent is given by injection.

Who should not take Dupixent? ›

You should not use Dupixent if you are allergic to dupilumab. Dupixent should not be given to a child younger than 6 years old to treat asthma or eczema.

How long does it take for Dupixent to shrink nasal polyps? ›

In clinical trials, patients with uncontrolled chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyposis (CRSwNP) who took DUPIXENT saw reduced nasal congestion and nasal polyp size at Week 24 and continued reduction at Week 52.

Is there a permanent cure for nasal polyps? ›

The treatment goal for nasal polyps is to reduce their size or eliminate them. Medications are usually the first approach. Surgery may sometimes be needed, but it may not provide a permanent solution because polyps tend to recur.

Does DUPIXENT shrink polyps? ›

How does DUPIXENT work? Type 2 inflammation is the underlying cause of CRSwNP in 80% of patients. CRSwNP is predominantly characterized by Type 2 inflammation of the nose and paranasal sinuses. DUPIXENT blocks 2 key sources of type 2 inflammation and shrinks nasal polyps and reduces the need for surgery.

How long does DUPIXENT stay in your system? ›

How long does Dupixent stay in your system? Steady-state concentrations of dupilumab are reached in about four months of twice-a-month dosing. After that, it will take about nine to 13 weeks for the last dose of Dupixent to fall to undetectable levels.

Can a nasal polyp fall out? ›

Do nasal polyps go away on their own? If you have nasal polyps, they won't go away on their own. If you have large nasal polyps or clusters of them, they can cause various symptoms and will need to be treated. A large nasal polyp could block the nose, causing ongoing problems.

How do you sleep with nasal polyps? ›

Elevating your head while sleeping may help. Prop up your head with pillows or a bed wedge to let gravity drain your sinuses and keep mucus from accumulating and making congestion worse. You can also try using a humidifier in your bedroom.

Which is the best biologic for nasal polyps? ›

Dupilumab was identified as the most effective and safe biologic for the treatment of chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps (CRSwNP), according to study findings published in The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice.

Where is Dupixent injected nasal polyps? ›

Use DUPIXENT exactly as prescribed by your healthcare provider. It's an injection given under the skin (subcutaneous injection). Your healthcare provider will decide if you or your caregiver can inject DUPIXENT.

What are the most common side effects of Dupixent? ›

The most common side effects of DUPIXENT include:

injection site reactions. eye and eyelid Inflammation, including redness, swelling, and itching, sometimes with blurred vision. cold sores in your mouth or on your lips. high count of a certain white blood cell (eosinophilia)

Is Dupixent worth the risk? ›

Dupixent doesn't totally clear the risk of future eczema outbreaks, but it succeeds in managing symptoms,” he said. “Most of my patients experience less itching, a reduction in the rash, better sleep and a better quality of life overall.” But Dupixent isn't a cure, and it's not perfect.

What are the long term effects of Dupixent? ›

Long-term side effects

Most side effects that Dupixent causes are short term. But in rare cases, the drug can cause side effects that may be long lasting. These include eye-related side effects, such as changes in vision and new or worsening eye conditions.

Do I have to take Dupixent forever? ›

Because of the chronic (recurring) nature of atopic dermatitis, you must remain on Dupixent to continue the clinical benefits of the drug.

Can Dupixent cause nose bleeds? ›

Adverse events that were observed more frequently in the Dupixent group compared with placebo included epistaxis (nosebleeds) in SINUS-24 (8% vs. 3%) and bronchitis (6% vs. 5%), cough (6% vs. 5%) and injection site reactions (3% vs.

How long does it take to see results from Dupixent? ›

GET AHEAD WITH CLEARER SKIN AND LESS ITCH

+ TCS vs 13% on TCS only. as fast as 2 weeks vs 8% on TCS only. a certain white blood cell (eosinophilia). View the possible side effects of DUPIXENT in patients with moderate-to-severe eczema (atopic dermatitis).

How do you prevent nasal polyps from coming back? ›

You may help reduce your chances of developing nasal polyps or having nasal polyps recur after treatment with the following strategies:
  1. Manage allergies and asthma. Follow your doctor's treatment recommendations. ...
  2. Avoid nasal irritants. ...
  3. Practice good hygiene. ...
  4. Humidify your home. ...
  5. Use a nasal rinse.
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What happens if nasal polyps are not removed? ›

Nasal polyps are painless soft growths inside your nose. They're not usually serious, but they can keep growing and block your nose if not treated.

How do they remove polyps from your nose? ›

Most often, nasal polyp removal surgery is accomplished through a technique called Endoscopic Sinus Surgery. This is usually performed as outpatient surgery (the patient goes home the same day) with one week of recovery time where vigorous physical activity should be avoided.

How do you shrink nasal polyps? ›

Polyps can increase drainage and congestion, cause pain, and diminish smell. Until now, the only ways to try to shrink polyps have been the long-term use of corticosteroid nasal sprays, a short-term course of oral steroids, sinus irrigation, antibiotics, or surgery to remove them.

How do you deal with nasal polyps? ›

Avoid breathing airborne allergens or irritants that lead to inflammation of your nose and sinus cavities. Practice good hygiene. Use a humidifier in your home to help moisten your breathing passages. Use a saline nasal rinse or spray to remove allergens or other irritants that may cause nasal polyps.

Does Dupixent weaken your immune system? ›

Dupixent isn't known to weaken your immune system in a way that makes it easier for you to get infections. Instead, the drug reduces inflammation signals in your immune system that can cause eczema, asthma, and chronic sinusitis. (These are conditions Dupixent is used to treat.)

Does Dupixent affect the liver? ›

There have been no published reports of clinically apparent acute liver injury attributed to dupilumab therapy, but it has had limited general clinical use. Thus, liver injury from dupilumab must be rare, if it occurs at all.

Can Dupixent cause weight gain? ›

No, weight gain isn't a known side effect of Dupixent. It wasn't reported in studies of the drug. However, weight gain is a common side effect of steroid medications taken by mouth. These are often used to treat severe eczema, asthma, and rhinosinusitis, which Dupixent also treats.

Can nasal polyps turn cancerous? ›

Nasal polyps which grow in both sides of the nose and which are linked with chronic rhinosinusitis are caused by inflammation. Chronic rhinosinusitis means long-term inflammation of the nasal and paranasal sinuses. Once their diagnosis is confirmed, they don't usually become cancerous (malignant).

Can nasal polyps affect your eyes? ›

Sometimes, a large polyp, or cluster of polyps, can block the flow of air and draining of fluids from the sinuses or nasal cavity; this can lead to the following possible complications: Chronic or frequent sinus infections. Obstructive sleep apnea. The structure of the face may be altered, leading to double vision.

How painful is nasal polyp surgery? ›

Most patients do not feel much pain, but you may have some discomfort, congestion, and spotty nose bleeds for a few days. We recommend using saline washes after surgery to reduce discomfort. You will need to avoid activities that raise your blood pressure for a couple weeks, including exercise or strenuous activity.

What are polyps in the nose caused from? ›

Experts believe nasal polyps develop as a result of an abnormal immune response. That's when your body has an over-the-top reaction to viruses, allergens, or other invaders that penetrate the protective barrier inside your nose. That triggers inflammation and swelling and makes your body produce too much mucus.

What do nasal polyps smell like? ›

Symptoms of nasal polyps include a rotten smell in your nose or a dramatically decreased sense of smell and taste. Nasal polyps tend to be very small, so you may not even know you have them. They may not affect your breathing. However, large polyps sometimes form.

Can nasal polyps cause blocked ears? ›

When a polyp forms in the nose or sinuses, it can press on the Eustachian tubes, blocking them and causing negative pressure in the middle ear. This can lead to dizziness and vertigo (a spinning sensation).

How do Biologics work for nasal polyps? ›

It blocks two molecules that signal your body to stimulate inflammation. Inhibiting this process can result in smaller nasal polyps, less congestion, and decreased need for surgery and oral steroids. In addition, many patients report that their sense of smell returned or improved as well.

Can nasal polyps be removed in doctors office? ›

In-office polypectomy is a very effective technique that alleviates obstructive symptoms in patients with nasal polyposis, and it is generally safe and well tolerated when performed by an expert. However, rhinologists must be aware of potentially severe complications.

Is Xolair and Dupixent the same? ›

Side effects of Xolair that are different from Dupixent include headache, tired feeling, joint or muscle pain, dizziness, ear pain, hair loss, sore throat, cold symptoms, itching or skin rash, and leg or arm pain. Dupixent may interact with "live" vaccines, warfarin, and cyclosporine.

Are Dupixent injections painful? ›

After hearing about dupixent, I was hesitant to get an injection every other week. However, after a few injections I started to notice and feel the difference. The injections do hurt very bad. The medicine burns going in.

How often are Dupixent injections given? ›

In adults and children 6+ years and older, your initial dose of DUPIXENT is 2 injections under the skin (subcutaneous injection) at different injection sites. After that, it is taken as 1 injection every 2 weeks or every 4 weeks, depending on your age and weight at different injection sites.

What is the best nasal spray to shrink sinus polyps? ›

Topical nasal steroid sprays, such as Flonase (fluticasone propionate) and Nasonex (mometasone furoate), can help reduce the size of nasal polyps and prevent polyps from growing back after surgery.

How long does it take to see results from Dupixent? ›

GET AHEAD WITH CLEARER SKIN AND LESS ITCH

+ TCS vs 13% on TCS only. as fast as 2 weeks vs 8% on TCS only. a certain white blood cell (eosinophilia). View the possible side effects of DUPIXENT in patients with moderate-to-severe eczema (atopic dermatitis).

Do I have to take Dupixent forever? ›

Because of the chronic (recurring) nature of atopic dermatitis, you must remain on Dupixent to continue the clinical benefits of the drug.

Where is Dupixent injected nasal polyps? ›

Use DUPIXENT exactly as prescribed by your healthcare provider. It's an injection given under the skin (subcutaneous injection). Your healthcare provider will decide if you or your caregiver can inject DUPIXENT.

How long does Dupixent last in the body? ›

Dupixent is administered as an injection beneath the skin every two to four weeks with single-dose pre-filled syringes or injector pens.

Is Dupixent worth the risk? ›

Dupixent doesn't totally clear the risk of future eczema outbreaks, but it succeeds in managing symptoms,” he said. “Most of my patients experience less itching, a reduction in the rash, better sleep and a better quality of life overall.” But Dupixent isn't a cure, and it's not perfect.

What are side effects of Dupixent? ›

The most common side effects of DUPIXENT include:

injection site reactions. eye and eyelid Inflammation, including redness, swelling, and itching, sometimes with blurred vision. cold sores in your mouth or on your lips. high count of a certain white blood cell (eosinophilia)

What are the side effects of dupilumab? ›

Side Effects
  • Blistering, peeling, redness, or swelling of the palms, hands, or bottoms of the feet.
  • body aches or pain.
  • burning or dry eyes.
  • difficulty in breathing.
  • ear congestion.
  • excessive tearing.
  • loss of voice.
  • numbness, pain, tingling, or unusual sensations in the palms of the hands or bottoms of the feet.
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Can Dupixent cause weight gain? ›

No, weight gain isn't a known side effect of Dupixent. It wasn't reported in studies of the drug. However, weight gain is a common side effect of steroid medications taken by mouth. These are often used to treat severe eczema, asthma, and rhinosinusitis, which Dupixent also treats.

Are Dupixent injections painful? ›

After hearing about dupixent, I was hesitant to get an injection every other week. However, after a few injections I started to notice and feel the difference. The injections do hurt very bad. The medicine burns going in.

Does Dupixent weaken your immune system? ›

Dupixent isn't known to weaken your immune system in a way that makes it easier for you to get infections. Instead, the drug reduces inflammation signals in your immune system that can cause eczema, asthma, and chronic sinusitis. (These are conditions Dupixent is used to treat.)

Can Dupixent cause nose bleeds? ›

Adverse events that were observed more frequently in the Dupixent group compared with placebo included epistaxis (nosebleeds) in SINUS-24 (8% vs. 3%) and bronchitis (6% vs. 5%), cough (6% vs. 5%) and injection site reactions (3% vs.

How long does Dupixent need to sit out before injection? ›

If you have an unused pre-filled pen, return it to the refrigerator in the original carton to protect it from light. Lay the pre-filled pen on a flat surface and let it naturally warm to a room temperature. The recommended warming time for the 200mg pen is 30 minutes and for the 300mg pen it is 45 minutes.

Can a nasal polyp fall out? ›

Do nasal polyps go away on their own? If you have nasal polyps, they won't go away on their own. If you have large nasal polyps or clusters of them, they can cause various symptoms and will need to be treated. A large nasal polyp could block the nose, causing ongoing problems.

Does Dupixent affect the liver? ›

There have been no published reports of clinically apparent acute liver injury attributed to dupilumab therapy, but it has had limited general clinical use. Thus, liver injury from dupilumab must be rare, if it occurs at all.

Where can you inject Dupixent? ›

You can inject into your thigh or stomach, except for the 2 inches (5 cm) around your belly button (navel). If a caregiver injects your dose, they can also use the outer area of the upper arm. Choose a different site each time you inject DUPIXENT.

How do I travel with Dupixent? ›

Follow these tips to take DUPIXENT while traveling. Store the syringes in the original carton to protect them from light. Refrigerate them at 36°F to 46°F. Do not store above 77°F (25°C).

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