I Am A Kidney Transplant Patient Taking Up Cellcept And Neoral. Is It Safe To Take Hemostan Along With These Meds ?

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Cellcept 500mg - 2g daily
neoral 25mg 50-75mg a day
prednisone 5mg a day


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adilah Says:

I am a kidney transplant patient (+ 1year). Is it necessary for me to continue with my 10mg daily dosage of prednisone.

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