Sweetex has not been discontinued. Why would it be?
it was discontinued because from what i heard, it had something to do with the dye being dangerous
They weren't discontinued. Still available at numerous drugstores nationwide.
For capsules, it's 3 years from production, so long as the inner packet has not been open, and it has been stored at the correct temperature.
because of the color
Tacrolimus is generally taken every 12 hours as well.
blood levels for tacrolimus should be checked and it should be >5
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It depends a lot on why you lost your hair to begin with. If it's alopecia, or male-pattern baldness, tacrolimus is unlikely to make any impact upon the matter. If you're hair fell out because you were ill, but are now healthy on tacrolimus, it may grow back. However tacrolimus, unlike some older immunosuppressives, does not encourage hirsutism (excessive hair growth) as a side-effect.
It depends why you lost your hair to begin with. However Tacrolimus does not have the side-effect of hirsutism (excessive hair growth), unlike some of the older immunosuppressives (cyclosporin).
An alternative drug choice for patients that cannot tolerate cyclosporine, tacrolimus has been the subject of much research in recent years. Used to treat rejection episodes that are acute or chronic in nature
Topically applied ciclosporin cream.
There's a whole bunch of side-effects. It's probably best to read the patient info leaflet in a tacrolimus packet to find these out. (Sorry, I couldn't find a complete online version to link you to).
The immunosuppressant tacrolimus is also known as Fujimycin, brand name Prograf.The pronunciation is (tah-CRAH-lih-muss), with a short O and I sound, accented on the second syllable. This is a short form for "Tsukuba macrolide immunisuppressant."
No, it does not. However it is considered that Sirolimus (rapamyacin) may have antiproliferative properties.