Prograf Levels

Your dose of Prograf® (tacrolimus) will be determined by various factors, including your weight, your age, and other medications you are taking. This medicine comes in an oral form (capsules) and an injectable (IV) form. Although some people will be started on the IV form, most people will eventually be put on the capsule form.
 
Take your doses at the same time each day, 12 hours apart. This helps to keep an even level of the drug in your bloodstream. Your healthcare provider will monitor your blood levels of Prograf and adjust your dose, if needed, to keep your blood levels within the recommended range. Your dosage may also be adjusted if you are experiencing Prograf side effects, or showing signs of transplant rejection.
 
(Click Prograf Dosage for more detailed information on this topic. This article also offers helpful tips on how to safely and effectively use Prograf.)
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