Yes, I know it is 3-4 times a week. But they way they do it is that they make a small insicion in a vein that will be used for a couple of weeks. They then insert the little pipe of the IV every other day or so. You could imagine to go to Brussels every 2 weeks for the incision itself and then insert the pipe at home every other day yourself. For the gammaglobulins, it is always better to buy the product locally because it will contain antibodies of the pathogens of your area. Using GG from people abroad will contain antibodies against pathogens of these remote locations, and more importantly it may not contain the antibodies you need. For example, toxoplasmosis only affect 1 in 3 in the UK versus more than 95%+ on the European continent. So there is a real difference in GG from different places.