Tacoba 0.03% Ointment tube of 10 gm Ointment
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Composition Tacrolimus 0.03% w/w
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Tacoba 0.03% Ointment composition:
Interactions / Warnings:
- Tacrolimus is used to prevent organ rejection in transplant patients.
- It may take 3 to 4 months for the medication to work. Keep taking it as prescribed.
- Your doctor may get regular blood tests done to check the levels of blood cells in your blood. Inform your doctor if you experience unexplained bruising or bleeding, sore throat, mouth ulcers, fever, or general illness.Â
- Your doctor may monitor your kidney function regularly. Drink 8 to 10 glasses of water per day to help with your kidney function.
- Do not stop taking Tacrolimus without talking to your doctor first.
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Patients who are allergic to it or have a weak immune system, high blood pressure and kidney failure should avoid Alagraf. This medicine should also be avoided in pregnant or breast-feeding women, and in people who plan to receive any live vaccines (e.g. MMR vaccine). It should also be avoided in patients who have an increased risk of skin cancer.
Q. What should I tell my doctor before taking Alagraf?
Inform your doctor if you are pregnant, have allergies, long-term infection, high blood sugar, or high blood pressure. You should also inform your doctor if you have high blood potassium levels or a weakened immune system. Make your doctor aware in case you have a history of any medication, have recently received or are scheduled to receive a live vaccine.
Q. Which vaccines should not be taken while taking Alagraf?
You should avoid taking any live vaccines while taking Alagraf. These may include vaccinations for measles, mumps, rubella, BCG (TB vaccine), yellow fever, chicken pox and typhoid. You should also avoid taking polio drops (by mouth) or flu vaccine (through nose).
Q. Is Alagraf an antibiotic?
Yes, Alagraf is a type of antibiotic which belongs to a group called macrolides. It is mostly used after organ transplantation. This medicineâ€™s immune-suppressing property helps prevent organ rejection after kidney, heart, or liver transplant.
Q. What should I be aware of before I start taking Alagraf?
As this medicine suppresses the immune system, hence there is always an increased risk of infection. Moreover, Alagraf can in some cases increase the risk of some kind of cancers like skin and lymph gland cancer (lymphoma). It can lower the ability of your immune system to fight infections. Consult your doctor before you start taking this medication and in case you notice any symptoms of infections like fever, sweats or chills, cough or flu-like symptoms, muscle aches, warm, red, or painful areas on your skin.
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