KEVEYIS can help you gain greater control of primary periodic paralysis
What is KEVEYIS?
KEVEYIS® (dichlorphenamide), pronounced “keh-VAY-iss,” is the only prescription medication for hyperkalemic, hypokalemic, and related variants of primary periodic paralysis.
KEVEYIS has been proven effective in treating primary periodic paralysis. It can help you gain greater control over the disease by decreasing the number, severity, and frequency of attacks.1-3*
*Individual results may vary.
How effective is KEVEYIS?
KEVEYIS has been studied in 2 separate clinical studies, and was proven to be an effective treatment for primary periodic paralysis.1
What are the most common side effects with KEVEYIS?
In the key clinical study, some of the most common side effects of KEVEYIS were1:
Based on how you respond to treatment, your KEVEYIS dose may be adjusted. If you experience side effects that get worse while taking KEVEYIS, your doctor may reduce your daily dose to better manage these side effects.1 And, if you begin to experience any new side effects, be sure to talk to your doctor right away.
How do I take KEVEYIS?
KEVEYIS is a tablet that you take by mouth twice daily.1
The amount of KEVEYIS you will take is based on your specific needs and whether or not you experience any side effects. Your doctor may decide to increase or decrease your initial dose, depending on your response. You should be sure to take KEVEYIS exactly as your doctor has recommended for you.1