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Medication Tips

It is important that you take all medicines as your doctor prescribed. Stopping, or even skipping a single dose, without your doctor's permission can affect your health.

Even years after transplant surgery, missing a dose can change the level of medication in your body and put you at risk of organ rejection. Failing to keep scheduled medical appointments and not completing regular lab tests can also increase the risk of organ rejection and organ loss.

As always, stay on track with your treatment plan and discuss any concerns you may have with your transplant team. By taking your medicines as prescribed and following up with your doctor routinely, you are doing the most important job after your transplant.