Considering GATTEX? Learn more and talk to your doctor to see if it’s right for you.

GATTEX® (teduglutide [rDNA origin]) for Injection is a prescription medicine used in adults with Short Bowel Syndrome (SBS) who need additional nutrition or fluids from intravenous (IV) feeding (parenteral support).


"When I started GATTEX®, my healthcare team wanted to make sure I was well-informed about how we would move forward.”

Roy is a real patient taking GATTEX.

Finding information, education and support for your journey

It's important to have an open and honest conversation with your doctor about your current situation and your future health goals if you're considering starting treatment with GATTEX. Learn as much as you can, ask questions and explore all of the resources that are available should you and your doctor decide to move forward with treatment.

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Start by finding out as much as you can about GATTEX and who it's for. Explore patient stories or consider scheduling a call to talk with someone who is currently taking GATTEX through the patient ambassador program, called SBS Connect.

Start exploring GATTEX

Talk to your doctor

Make an appointment to see your doctor and bring a conversation guide along for your discussion. It can help you and your doctor talk about whether GATTEX should be included in your SBS management plan. You should fully understand the potential risks and benefits of treatment.

Download the GATTEX conversation guide


If your doctor decides trying GATTEX is an option for you, the two of you will fill out a Start Form together. After your doctor sends it in, and you have been determined eligible, you'll be enrolled in OnePath®. Click below to learn more about OnePath®.

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Important Safety Information: GATTEX may cause serious side effects including making abnormal cells grow faster, polyps in the colon (large intestine), blockage of the bowel (intestines), swelling (inflammation) or blockage of your gallbladder or pancreas, and fluid overload.
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