Several types of drugs can be given to address common problems.
There are a number of different treatments used in addition to the principal drugs used to treat myeloproliferative disorders. Your haematologist may prescribe additional treatments to prevent or control side effects. If you have myelofibrosis you may be prescribed additional medications. You can read more about these treatments by clicking on the links below.
Danazol is a hormone given to some patients with MF.
EPO is given in MF to stimulate red cell production.
These drugs prevents clotting and dissolve clots.
Treatment and self-care can offer relief.
Allopurinol is a drug that is used to treat gout.
People with MF may be given blood transfusions.