What is Tacrograf (tacrolimus)?
It is one of those drugs which are classified as immunosuppressive agents. It is used to lower the body's natural immunity in patients who receive kidney transplants
What is the appropriate dosage of Tacrograf (tacrolimus)?
Tacrograf is most often taken on an empty stomach approximately two hours before or after meals.
What are the Warning & Precautions before taking Tacrograf (tacrolimus)?
If there are any signs of organ rejection like decreased urination, retention of fluid in the body, increased blood level of creatinine or blood urea, please contact your doctor immediately.
What are the side effects of Tacrograf (tacrolimus)?
Loss of appetite, indigestion or "upset stomach", vomiting, urinary tract infections, fever, pain, swelling of the hands, ankles or legs, shortness of breath or trouble breathing, cough, leg cramps, heart "fluttering", palpitations or chest pain, unusual weakness or tiredness, dizziness
How should Tacrograf (tacrolimus) be stored?
Keep out of the reach of children, Store away from heat and direct light
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