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Tacrolimus: Temporary Cessation
@gingerw what can a pharmacist do? They follow the medical doctor to write prescriptions. A pharmacist is not a qualified physician. My pharmacist is concerned but his hands are tied.
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@gaylea1 Your pharmacist can tell you the possible effects of the tacrolimus situation, or lowered dose. As @danab suggested, contact your transplant team. Today. Even though it is the weekend, there is someone available 24/7. Explain your situation, how you are feeling, how concerned you are. We are all pulling for you, hoping this isn't a setback.
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