The results from my labs are back. My prograf levels are great. I’ll decrease my prograf to 0.5 mg in the morning and 1 mg in the evening. We’ll check the level in a week.
In other words, my immunosuppressants are working great. My doctors are going to reduce the amount of immunosuppressants I take.
I had a blood draw to test my Prograf levels today. Prograf is my immunosuppressant. I regularly test my immunosuppressants because is they’re too effective, the doctors lower its dosage. If it’s not effective enough, the doctors raise the dosage. My Prograf levels are supposed to be between a range, and if they’re not then my Prograf dosages are adjusted.
Here’s my medications (over 6 months post transplant):
|8:45 AM||8:45 PM|
|0.5 mg Prograf||1 mg Prograf|
|360 mg Myfortic||360 mg Myfortic|
|100 mg Gleevec||120 mg Cardizem|
Myfortic is another immunosuppressant. Cardizem is for my blood pressure.
Gleevec is not my transplant medication. Gleevec is my chemotherapy drug that controls my hypereosinophilic syndrome