- What Medications will be part of my transplant therapy?
- What do the medications do?
- How often do I have to take them?
- Do I have to take the medications at a specific time of day?
- What specific instructions do I need to follow to take the medications
- Are there any foods or beverages I should avoid?
- Why is it necessary for me to maintain a regular regimen and not miss a dose?
- What should I do if I miss a dose?
- What are common side effects of these immunosuppressive medications?
- What should I do if I am experiencing any of these side effects?
- What are my different choices of immunosuppressive medications?
- Where can I learn more about these medications?
- Will I always need to take immunosuppressive medications?
- Is there any way that I can get a discount on my medications?
- What other surgery or medical problems may occur after my transplant?
- What if my insurance expires and I canít afford my immunosuppressants?
- Is there a Transplant Support Group in the Cincinnati area and how do I
- How do I get a medications refilled?
- What happens if I have to go to another doctor and they want me to take other
- Should I take an influenza or pneumonia injection after I have the transplant?
Take your medications according to the instruction of your transplant team or pharmacist.
If you are unclear about anything your transplant team has told you, ask them to explain
Donít change your medications regimen unless you have your doctorís approval.
If you experience any signs of infection or rejection, notify your transplant team
Talk to your Transplant Team if you are experiencing any unusual side effects.