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Weaning is not for everyone, it may be a fatal mistake to try it. You have been selected to receive a graft after a long and…"
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"Hi, I'm two years out for Liver TP. Went into rejection after 3rd week. They had me on 4gm of Tacrolimus X 3. for a year, then 5mg X 2, and down to 2 x 2. My Tac level was 3.7 last test. Up from 3. They want you between 8 and 18. I was also on…"
"0.5 mg Prograf 3x/wk sounds weird. If you are really taking that dosage you may not need Prograf. My transplant date was May 2003. I have never had a rejection episode and after six years on Prograf alone I decided to taper off Prograf…"
"I have never heard of anyone taking .5 mg. of prograf every 9 days. Are you sure that's right? .5 mg. twice a day is the lowest dose I've heard of. I take 1 mg. twice a day and it's considered a low dose. Prograf is taken daily,…"
"i recieved my new liver 32 months today Nov. 2 2012 MY 53 Birthday. I was put on Prograf and have done very well. I only take a .5mg capsule every 9 days. I assume that is great right? is there ever a point where one can be…"