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Tacrolimus blood levels: Do yours vary?

Transplants | Last Active: Dec 31, 2022 | Replies (32)

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@footballmum 😊
I agree with you that most people don't understand that a transplant patient has a lot to deal with after the transplant to get our meds "just right". Congratulations on your perfect SIX! What dosage and medication name do you take to achieve your perfect Tacrolimis 6.0? I take 6mg long-acting Envarsus XR and I usually achieve a Tac blood level of 5 to 7. I think it varies so much because I take my pills with breakfast. (It sounds like you eat breakfast too!)

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I only take TAC and ursodial. I take 6mg per day. I'm consistent with my time and how I take it. My am dose I take at 8 and an hour later I eat and take my ursodial. I'm strict with 1 hour before and 2 hours after. I have been successful with this. The variations in my readings were due to infections and post op complications