Eosinophilic Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis (EGPA)
Learn About EPGA
Learn more about this rare condition and what role the immune system plays.
Symptoms and Diagnosis of EGPA
The symptoms of EGPA vary widely from person to person and can also range from mild to severe. Diagnosis of EGPA is often delayed because the disease is so rare it isn’t top of mind for healthcare providers.
Treating and Managing EGPA
Treatment for EGPA can vary depending on the presentation of symptoms. Work with a provider who has experience treating EGPA to agree upon a treatment plan that works for you.
Questions to Ask Your Doctor About EGPA
Being diagnosed with EGPA is serious and requires prompt medical attention. This is why bringing along a list of questions, as well as taking along a trusted family member or friend, may be helpful when talking with your doctor.