Hi, I am 26 year old guy & my transplant had done been 10 months back. In these days I am facing problem of high S/C(1.7) & urea(53) as per my last report. Could you brief me about any specific reason behind it. Some time I am little bit poor in maintaining medicion timing except that I maintain other decorum. Kindly also suggest me Diet which give me good health with standard S/C & urea level. Is an interval of 12hrs must b/w the two dosage of pan graf(tac medicine)? Witing for your precious response on above. Thanks
Do not miss your immunosuppressive medications even for a day as missed dosages would increase the risk for rejection (failure). And take them as indicated by your consulting doctor. The basis of a dietary plan is to eat foods high in phosphorous, such as low-fat dairy products and a low salt diet if there is blood pressure or fluid retention. Also maintain an optimum weight and avoid cholesterol rich food.
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