Tacrolimus


generic for Prograf | 0.1% | 1 tube
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  • GENERIC
  • Tacrolimus
  • BRAND
  • Prograf
  • Protopic
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SHOPRITE

$49.80

ACME PHARMACY

$50.73

$54.86

$54.86

CARE PLUS CVS/PHARMACY

$54.86

UNITED PHARMACY

$58.89

WHITMAN PHARMACY

$58.89

$58.89

PRIME CARE PHARMACY

$58.89

THE MEDICINE SHOPPE

$58.89

MARKET STREET PHARMACY

$58.89

$58.94

$61.82

$63.25

DUANE READE

$77.42

$77.42

WALGREENS SPECIALTY PHARMACY

$77.42

COMMUNITY, A WALGREENS PHARMACY

$77.42

RITE AID (WALGREENS)

$77.42

KMART

$99.74

MELROSE PHARMACY

$99.74

Online Pharmacy

$197.10

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What is Tacrolimus?

This form of tacrolimus is used on the skin to treat a skin condition called eczema (atopic dermatitis) in patients who have not responded well to (or should not use) other eczema medications. Eczema is an allergic-type condition that causes red, irritated, and itchy skin. This drug works by weakening the skin's defense (immune) system, thereby decreasing the allergic reaction and relieving the eczema. Tacrolimus belongs to a class of drugs known as topical calcineurin inhibitors (TCIs). This medication is not recommended if you have a history of a certain rare genetic disorder (Netherton's syndrome). Also, this medication should not be used by anyone who has a weakened immune system (for example, following an organ transplant).


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