Prograph 1mg Tablet

  • Brand: Tacrolimus
  • Dose: 1mg
  • Composition: Tacrolimus Capsules
  • Pack: Pack of 50 capsule
  • Form: Capsule

          Prograph 1mg Tablet

Prograph 1mg Tablet hard capsule is used along with other medications to prevent your body from rejecting a new organ (eg, liver, kidney or heart) after the transplant. This drug belongs to a class of medicines called immunosuppressants. It works by weakening your body’s immune system, so it does not attack the new organ.

How to use the program:

If you start taking Prograph 1mg Tablet and every time you get a refill, read the patient information sheet before you are available from your pharmacist.
If you have nausea or an upset stomach, you can take this medicine with food, although it may cause your body to absorb less of the medicine. However, you should choose a route (with or without food) and always take this medicine in the same way so that your body always absorbs the same amount of medicine. Contact your doctor or pharmacist for more information.

If you are taking capsules, swallow them whole. Do not open or crush the capsule.

If you are using donations, first read the manufacturer’s instructions for use. Use only non-plastic cups, spoons, or oral syringes when taking or taking supplements. Do not sprinkle grains on food. Open the specified number of packets for your dose and mix the grains in a cup with 1 to 2 tablespoons (15 to 30 ml) of room temperature water and shake well. Drink immediately. You can use an oral syringe to deliver the dose. Rinse the cup or syringe with the same amount of water and drink rinse water to take a fixed-dose. Do not prepare granule mixture ahead of time. Do not save any mixture for later use.

Precaution:

before taking this Prograph 1mg Tablet, tell your doctor if you have kidney, liver or heart problems, diabetes or high blood pressure. Also tell your doctor what other medicines you are taking, especially for infections, pain, and arthritis. These and others may be affected by, or be affected by, this drug. You should limit your exposure to sun and UV (ultraviolet) light while taking it as immunosuppressants may increase your risk of skin cancer.

A common side effect of  Prograf 1mg tablet is diarrhea, increased blood glucose levels, increased thirst, kidney damage, liver damage, nausea, abdominal pain.