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Prograf is an antirejection drug used after organ transplants. Because this is a specialty medicine, the retail price of Prograf is very expensive -- upwards of $600 for the average adult maintenance dose. Without adequate insurance coverage or a Prograf copay card, this medication can be difficult to afford. To help with the cost of Prograf, we offer a discount card and coupon which can help you save as much as 75% at your local pharmacy. Just click ‘Claim Discount’ to start saving money now. There is no registration required.

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About Prograf

What is Prograf?

Prograf (tacrolimus) is an immunosuppressant used in combination with other medications to prevent the rejection of transplanted organs, specifically kidneys and hearts for adults, and livers in adults and children. While its exact method of action is unknown, it works by diminishing immune system activities and reactions.

How do I take Prograf?

Always take Prograf medicine exactly as prescribed and do not take more or less, as your dose will be determined by your weight and your body's response to therapy. Your doctor may adjust your dose for better efficacy. This medication is usually prescribed as a split dose, i.e., capsules are taken 2 times daily at the same times every day and at least 12 hours apart. It can be taken with or without food, however, whichever you choose is what you should do every time.

What if I forget to take a dose of Prograf?

Never take a double dose of Prograf to make up for missed doses, so if it's almost time for your next dose, skip the missed dose. Otherwise you may take the missed dose as soon as you remember it.

What happens if I overdose on Prograf?

Symptoms of Prograf overdose may include hives and unusual sleepiness. If you suspect overdose for any reason, contact your local poison control center or seek immediate emergency medical assistance.

Before taking Prograf, tell your doctor if:

• You are breastfeeding or plan to become pregnant or to breastfeed.

• You are at risk for, have or have a history of certain kinds of cancer.

• You live or work with someone that needs or plans to get vaccinated.

• You live or work around people who are ill.

• You have or have a history of diabetes.

• You have a history of brain infection or other similar issues.

• You have or have a history of heart, kidney, or liver disease apart from the reasons for your transplant.

• You cannot take your medication at the same time in the same way every day, for whatever reason.

• You regularly eat grapefruit or drink grapefruit juice.

• You are regularly exposed to sunlight for any reason.

• You are taking or plan to take any other drugs, medications, supplements, or vitamins, especially anti-retrovirals, anti-tumor drugs, arrhythmia medications, hepatitis medications, or other immunosuppressants.

What are the possible side effects of taking Prograf?

Common side effects are not a problem unless they persist or worsen. For Prograf, these include: infections, insomnia, weakness, general pain, headache, kidney problems, nausea and vomiting, diarrhea or constipation, stomach pain, high blood pressure, swelling in your hands or feet, abnormal levels of potassium or phosphate, numbness, tingling sensation, or tremors.

Because this medication interferes with the way your immune system responds to infection, you are more susceptible to potentially fatal illness. Seek medical attention if you experience: unusual and easy bruising, unusual bleeding especially from soft tissues, pale skin, flu-like symptoms including fever and chills, skin redness or warmth, unusual sweating, painful mouth sores or sore throat, unusual and sudden weakness or muscle aches.

Some side effects require immediate medical assistance. These include: confusion, vision problems that may start slowly and get worse quickly, changes in behavior or mental state, anxiety, slow reflexes, problems with balance or speech, seizure, jerky movements, bone pain, severe headache especially with chest pain or dizziness, fainting or feeling as though you may faint, fast or pounding heartbeat, pounding feeling in your neck or ears, unusual changes in appetite, breath that smells fruity, slow heart rate especially with a weak pulse, muscle weakness, numbness or tingling sensation, increased urination, painful urination or an inability to urinate, bloody or tarry stool, severe nausea with vomiting blood or what looks like coffee grounds.

How do I store Prograf?

Keep Prograf away from excess moisture or heat (e.g., a bathroom), and store at room temperature. Keep it out of reach of children and pets.


Do not receive "live" vaccines while you are taking Prograf. Talk to your doctor if you or someone around you needs to be vaccinated. Similarly, avoid people who are sick, since Prograf limits your body's ability to fend off infection and illness.

Do not eat grapefruit or drink grapefruit juice while taking this medication, as it can interact with your medication and cause adverse effects. Also, avoid alcohol consumption as it can increase the risk of side effects.

Prograf can make you more sensitive to light and make you sunburn more easily. Avoid tanning beds and always wear protective clothing or use sunscreen that is SPF 30 or higher when you go out in the sun.

Prograf may increase your risk of certain kinds of cancer. Be sure to discuss all of the risks and benefits of taking this medication with your doctor. When taking Prograf after a kidney transplant, a small percentage of patients have developed diabetes. Be sure you understand the risks and symptoms.

Brand Names

Tacrolimus is the generic drug for Prograf. Another medicine, Hecoria, is a branded form of tacrolimus. However, despite the availability of these generics, the retail cost of Prograf remains expensive. Lower the price you pay at the pharmacy with our free Prograf coupon or discount card; you'll be able to save as much as 75%. Simply click

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