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Having drenching night-sweats, again! Not on steroids. Anti-rejection meds are 50 mgs cyclosporine every 12 hrs, and Cellcept 250mgs. same order. Also take Nifedac, omoprezole, 100mg trazodone, 10mg lexapro & 25 mcg Levothyroxine. Barraclude was discontinued about 16 days ago. Any ideas or suggestions? My transplant team does not want to see me again - yet. Reminder, 21 months since liver transplant.
Ok. Didn't know what forum this went to. My question is open for any M.D. that might have suggestions or ideas as my transplant team only noted it on last clinic visit. No explanation. Basically they are deferring to my Primary.
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