Who have Calcifying fibrous pseudotumor when taking Nexplanon and Tacrolimus - from FDA reports
There is no Calcifying fibrous pseudotumor reported by people who take Nexplanon and Tacrolimus yet. This review analyzes which people have Calcifying fibrous pseudotumor with . It is created by eHealthMe based on reports from FDA, and is updated regularly.
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- On 17.02.16 tacrolimus level was 10.9ng/mL but on 18.02.16 the level raise to 25.8ng/mL.Patient has taken Tacrolimus along with Moxifloxacin.Is Moxifloxacin raise the level of Tacrolimus?Please help me to sort out the problem.
- My 19 year old daughter just started using Nexplanon 3 months ago and today had to be taken to emergency room because she had a seizure. is this common? she did have seizures when she was 9 but was dismissed as she didnt have them until today. please advise farah rosario email@example.com
- It says I'm not alone but nothing has been posted in the group? I guess my question would be does anyone have any direct hep c problems using nexplanon?
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- I've developed many mucoseles since my tx, some are big and some are small, I've had the big ones removed but they just grow back.
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